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Walmart Gifting $1 Million to Israeli Medical Emergency Service and Holocaust Museum

Walmart Gifting $1 Million to Israeli Medical Emergency Service and Holocaust Museum

“As you all know, throughout these horrific and inhuman attacks by Hamas, Magen David Adom has played a critical role in providing medical aid to victims.”

Good for Walmart.

The Walmart Foundation condemned the attacks by Hamas in Israel while announcing massive gifts to Magen David Adom and the U.S. Holocaust Museum.

Magen David Adom is the Jewish State’s “national medical emergency, disaster, ambulance and blood service.”

From The Jerusalem Post:

“As you all know, throughout these horrific and inhuman attacks by Hamas, Magen David Adom has played a critical role in providing medical aid to victims. To show support for all persons affected by these tragedies in the region, the Walmart Foundation is committing $1m. in funding to MDA for emergency services to save lives,” the statement read.

Walmart’s commitment to aiding those in need extends beyond its contribution to MDA. Last week, the Walmart Foundation pledged an additional $1m. grant to the US Holocaust Museum, showing the company’s dedication to supporting initiatives that promote understanding and commemorate historical atrocities.

Walmart is also asking its employees to donate to charitable causes. The giant superstore promised to match the employee donations up to $3 million in America.

Walmart has strong ties to Israel:

“These attacks have directly and tragically impacted us, our friends, and our families. But Walmart Global Tech Israel is not alone. We are part of a resilient Israeli tech ecosystem that stands strong and proud during these tough times, and we are part of a global Walmart family who share the same values and commitment to our customers, members, and one another. It is these characteristics that strengthen us, even at times of great difficulty,” the statement read.

“In these days of heartbreak and uncertainty, I am thankful and proud of our teams in Israel who, despite everything, continue to support each other as one Walmart family. This is who we are and how we will prevail,” the statement continued. “Our hearts go out to colleagues, partners, and the communities in which we serve and live.”

Walmart is invested in several Israeli tech companies, including Team8, and has acquired several more in the past five years.

Mike Bloomberg promised to match donations through his Bloomberg Match Program: “Right now, MDA has a long list of needs, from life-saving equipment and mobile intensive care units, to blood testing kits and basic supplies for first responders. Given these and other urgent medical needs now facing the country, I hope you will consider joining me by making a matched contribution to support MDA.”

The Walt Disney Company also donated $1 million to MDA. It also matches donations by employees up to $25,000.


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Thank you WalMart Fdn

Thank you Walt Disney Company

Good for Walmart, Another good sign from Walmart a few months ago had a fire sale for LGBT+crap candy 75% off, and no one was buying.

Gosh, it seems like there’s a BIT of a discrepancy here.

$1 mil is a pittance, they’re just trying to cheaply buy some good publicity without any real commitment.

    gonzotx in reply to Olinser. | October 30, 2023 at 2:34 pm

    I re as d they donated only 1 million to BLM, thre was a list of who donated what and they were on the low side, lots of 100million idiots

    This maybe something totally different but same players

    Yogi in reply to Olinser. | October 30, 2023 at 2:47 pm

    Bless your heart

    Idk I’m thinking a one million dollar donation deserves a thank you

    I’ll try not to judge the kind of mentality of anyone who could possibly think otherwise

      henrybowman in reply to Yogi. | October 30, 2023 at 3:16 pm

      Just a realization that today, $1-million isn’t really “real money” to a human services organization, especially for a corporation the size of Walmart. Ariana Grande pledged $1-million just to give her fans free therapy (weirdly appropriate, but thoughtful).

I am having a hard time here.

Yeah, a donation is a good thing on its face, but …

But when I put it in context, I don’t know.
They pledged 100 million to Black Lives Matter “racial equity initiatives” (wink, wink) and their C.E.O makes 24 million a year.

I dunno. I’m confused.
Or maybe not.

I applaud Wal-Mart, but, where’s the rest of corporate America? Where are the virtue-signaling, publicity-loving reprobates of the c-suites who ponied up an utterly obscene and undeserved $88 billion-plus ransom to the Jew-hating, America-hating, racist terrorist-thugs of “Black Lives Matter,” in a mad rush to cover themselves in alleged and self-perceived notions of moral superiority and probity?

Where are Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Salesforce and Alphabet? American Express, JPMorgan, Bank of America, State Street, Blackrock, Nike, etc.?

    henrybowman in reply to guyjones. | October 30, 2023 at 7:32 pm

    Cowering in their cubicles imagining being raped and having their heads sliced off for taking a stand.
    It’s not like they ever had to worry about getting that sort of treatment from white cis males.
    I hate to say it, but the more times that lesson gets taught, the more chance there is of white cis males finally understanding it.

The Gentle Grizzly | October 31, 2023 at 2:44 am

To all of you bitching about Walmart’s giving only a million, name a figure. How much will satisfy you?

    As I linked above, and given the fact that they brag on their own website about ‘$1.7 BILLION annually in cash and in-kind to support programs that align with our philanthropic priorities’, $1 million is a joke.

    It’s not about a specific amount, its about how much they are giving, RELATIVE to all the other stuff they brag about donating to leftist lunacy.

    It’s a rounding error on the stuff they give to sacred leftist causes they actually care about, and certainly demonstrates where their priorities lie.

    They pledged “$100 million over five years to create a new center on racial equity following the death of George Floyd.”
    $100 million for “racial equity?”
    Then at least $100 million to neutralize organized murderers and rapists.