Syrian refugee camp in Aleppo-CC-IHH-Humanitarian-Relief

The world’s largest search engine has located—and donated—millions of dollars for refugees pouring into the EU.

Just three days after announcing it would match donations for refugee relief, Google hit its goal of raising $11 million dollars.Refugees_are_human_beings CC Haeferl

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The tech giant’s call for donations on September 17 directed users to four specific organizations: Doctors Without Borders, International Rescue Committee, Save the Children, and the UN High Commissioner for Refugees.

The company is encouraging people to keep donating even though the matching funds have already been given.

“The crisis isn’t over,” the Google page reads. “Your contributions can still provide critical relief for those in need.”welcoming refugees frankfurt-RuptlyYouTube

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Google initially promised to donate $1.1 million to humanitarian relief agencies on the front lines of refugee crises around the world earlier this month

Photo: IHH Humanitarian Relief, CC

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