Kylie Jenner And Kris Donate Hand Sanitizer To LA Hospitals
Kris Jenner and her daughter, Kylie Jenner, have been delivering hand sanitizer for healthcare workers and first responders in Southern California, a new report from Page Six recently revealed. Kylie and her company have been producing a lot of the needed product.
The influencer and her mother have been collaborating with the organization, Coty - a huge stakeholder in Kylie's cosmetics company - for the sake of creating hand sanitizer for healthcare professionals and other emergency workers. Every single bottle comes labeled with the message, "dedicated to first responders working to support our communities."
Page Six claims Coty staff members were seen handing out hand sanitizer to the West Hills Hospital in LA this Friday. As most know, Kylie has been doing her part to help flatten the curve, including a $1 million donation at the beginning of the week to help healthcare workers get their hands on supplies.
Twitter messages on Friday also revealed that Kylie had been donating equipment to LA County/USC Medical Center employees. This all comes after the Surgeon General, Jerome Adams, came out to urge US citizens to stay home to help thwart the spread of COVID-19.
After Jerome came out with his message for the Kar-Jenner clan, Kylie started urging Americans to stay at home. It wasn't long before other influencers started doing the same thing, including Bella Hadid, who urged her fans and followers to self-isolate.
As it was previously reported, Jerome Adams, during an appearence on Good Morning America, urged Kylie Jenner to use her platform for good and tell her fans to stay at home. Jerome Adams, who is a father himself, stated it was hard for parents to get their children to do what they ask.
Social media influencers in the modern era have clout online in ways that many public officials don't, moreover, children don't always want to do what their parents tell them to do.
Other stars to make donations to help out the coronavirus relief fund includes George and Amal Clooney, who dropped $1 million toward several organizations , including the Lebanese Food Bank and the SAG-AFTRA fund.