Mango will donate 1 per cent of its sales from physical stores to the World Health Organization’s Covid-19 fund, in order to support the more vulnerable health care systems and groups during the pandemic
The fund) enables individuals, corporations, foundations and other organizations around the world to directly support the WHO’s global effort to assist countries in preventing, detecting and responding to the pandemic,
The initiative will last for the next two months, and will involve Mango’s monobrand stores in Europe, Russia, Turkey and New York, as they will gradually reopen.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, Mango has been active in a series of efforts to tackle the health emergency. At the end of March, it donated two million face masks to various hospitals in Spain. In addition, Mango put its logistics, production and distribution organisation at the Spanish authorities’ disposal, manufacturing 13,000 protective gowns for health care professionals.
Mango, founded in 1984 and based in Barcelona, is one of the world's leading fashion groups, with approximately 15,000 employees in 110 countries. In 2019, it generated a revenue of €2.374 billion.