Amazon (AMZN) has partnered up with All In WA to provide relief for workers and families that have been affected by COVID-19 in the state of Washington. The e-commerce giant and All In WA are holding a virtual benefit concert on Sunday, which will feature a series of headlining acts streamed live and on TV.

Amazon has donated $10 million in cash and in-kind benefits towards the benefit concert and will match individual donations up to a total of $25 million. Microsoft has donated $2.5 million in cash directly to the relief funds.

“It’s been inspiring to watch the people of this state band together and push through this crisis, and I’m excited to see that continue as we raise money for this important cause,” Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said in a statement.

The concert will feature acts by Pearl Jam, Macklemore, Brandi Carlile, Ciara, Russell Wilson, The Black Tones, Dave Matthews, Sir Mix-A-Lot, Pete Carroll, Mary Lambert, Joel McHale, Ben Gibbard, and Allen Stone. The full lineup will be announced by All In WA at a later date, and all donations raised from the concert will go to those directly in need.

The virtual benefit concert will be streamed at 7 p.m. local time on Amazon Music’s Twitch channel and through The concert will also be aired statewide on the KING 5, KONG, KREM, KSKN, KVEW/KAPP, and KGW TV stations. A recording of the concert will also be available immediately following the live stream event on Prime Video,

Amazon is headquartered in the state of Washington, which was known as the epicenter of the coronavirus at the start of the outbreak.

Shares of Amazon stock were up 0.62% as of 2:12 p.m. EDT on Thursday.

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