COVID-19 has continued to change the lives of people around the globe since it was first seen in Wuhan, China. Now, Amazon's Jeff Bezos and "SuperSoul Sunday" host Oprah Winfrey have each made large donations to help counter the negative effects that have come as a result of the novel coronavirus pandemic.

The former "The Oprah Winfrey Show" host revealed on her Twitter on Thursday that she is donating $10M to "cities across the country" to help, with $1M going towards America's Food Fund. According to Business Insider, the new initiative was launched by Apple, Laurene Powell Jobs, and Leonardo DiCaprio.

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"I believe that America’s Food Fund will be a powerful way to make a difference for our neighbors in need and am committing $1 million to this fund to support those facing food insecurity," Winfrey wrote. Her tweets can be seen below.

Bezos has also committed to donating a significant amount of money to assist people who are struggling during the pandemic. The Amazon CEO announced on his Instagram on Thursday that he plans to give $100M to Feeding America, a nonprofit that focuses on alleviating the severity of food insecurity. In his announcement, the investor called the issue an "important problem" even during "ordinary times."

As for how his money will be used, Bezos stated in the below post that "Feeding America will quickly distribute the funds to their national network of food banks and food pantries, getting food to those countless families who need it.⁣"

According to Deadline, Feeding America's COVID-19 Response Fund was created "to help enable member food banks with the ability to secure the resources they need to continue operations while modifying their distribution methods in accordance with health and safety regulations during this time of highly increased demand."

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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos attends the Amazon Prime Video's Golden Globe Awards After Party at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on Jan. 6, 2019 in Beverly Hills, California. Emma McIntyre/Getty Images