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Best Buy has announced it will donate $5 million to help fund efforts to help combat the opioid epidemic.
The retailer said Tuesday it would match all the money from the campaign, which will kick off next week, to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The effort will help fund the efforts of a national network of experts and partners, including the Drug Enforcement Administration, to increase access to safe and effective treatment, Best Buy said.
“We’ve seen the devastating impact opioid addiction can have on communities, and we know that people can turn to opioids for pain relief, treatment, and to take care of loved ones,” CEO Brian Cornell said in a statement.
“We’re taking this opportunity to do everything we can to help keep this epidemic at bay.”
The initiative is part of a larger effort to address the opioid addiction crisis.
On Monday, the retailer announced a $100 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to fund research on opioid treatment, including opioid-related deaths.
Best Buy has announced it will donate $5 million to help fund efforts to help combat the opioid epidemic.The retailer…
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