Sling TV announced it will be donating its on-demand profits to help healthcare providers who are helping fight coronavirus. Now through April 5, 2020, 100% of profits from movie rentals through the streaming service will go to Good360, a charity organization providing relief amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
“With Sling TV’s help, we are further able to support communities with limited access to critical supplies, quarantined individuals and families, as well as those impacted by job loss, to help our nation in this great time of crisis,” said Matt Connelly, CEO, Good360. “During these unprecedented times, Good360 is leveraging decades of learned best practices, our network of corporate donors and our vast nonprofit partner base to get needed goods into the hands of those who need them most.”
Sing created its “Stay in & Sling” campaign in an effort to encourage people to adhere to social distancing and shelter in place policies around the globe. This donation announcement is the latest effort provided by the streaming service to help combat COVID-19.
For a limited time, Sling TV is offering a 14 day free trial. After that, subscriptions start at $30/month.
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