XM Donates to the Lebanese Red Cross

The massive explosion that happened on the 4th of August at the Beirut Port has shocked the entire world. With many dead, thousands wounded, about 50% of the city seriously damaged and an unknown number of people still trapped under collapsed ruins, this is a devastating disaster for the city of Beirut.

We are expressing our deepest sympathy, support and solidarity to the people of Beirut by donating a substantial amount to the Lebanese Red Cross to help rescue as many lives as possible. We sincerely wish that the injured and people in danger are saved on time and we would like to express our condolences for the people that were lost.

We stand firmly by the side of Lebanon and urge anyone willing to donate to the Lebanese Red Cross. Any and all donations count towards saving lives. To donate please click here.

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