Ellis Island Honors Society or EIHS, a leading US-based organization with a mission to foster tolerances and preserve cultural diversity among ethnic groups, has announced on Friday May 1, 2020 that the company is speeding up the Covid-19 relief efforts by fundraising campaign for healthcare provider and medical centers, which are worst affected by the pandemic.
According to the PR Newswire News Agency, the fundraising campaign was started by the Combat Go and Black Belt Magazine. These two companies help to launch the virtual martial arts magazine, Fight Back, featuring World’s leading Martial Artists.
Ellis Island Honors Society (EIHS) is registered as the non-profit organization and it will help to raise the funds, as 100% amount of the donated amount would be going to the American Red Cross to speed up Covid-19 relief activities.
Chairman of Ellis Island Honors Society (EIHS), Nasser Kazeminy said, “My heart and prayers go out to all who are suffering through this crisis or providing care for loved ones who are afflicted.”
“And my greatest respect to those volunteering in service to others. This is the time to stand together, under one flag, and do what we can to help America and our fellow citizens,” Nasser Kazeminy further said.
Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Jungo TV and Former Martial Arts Champion, George Chung said, “During these uncertain times, it gives us hope to see how people all over the world are finding new and innovative ways to stay connected.”
“We are honored to be part of this global martial arts experience Fight Back with our partners Black Belt Magazine, Bellator, and Ellis Island Honors Society to support the American Red Cross in the global fight to end COVID-19,” CEO of Jungo TV George Chung further added.