- Apr 12, 2001
SAP and the One4 Project today announced a partnership with the band Imagine Dragons and Apple that aims to provide support to the UN Refugee Agency as it addresses the refugee displacement crises occurring in Europe (via Forbes). The new single by the band, called "I Was Me," is out now on iTunes for $1.29, and both Imagine Dragons and Apple have confirmed that all proceeds from its sales will go toward relief efforts.
SAP, the corporation supporting One4, has also announced it will donate 10 cents for each of the first five million purchases of the new single. Each member of the project hopes the funds not only aid in providing relief for the refugee crises, but bring the international issue into the public eye.
join us NOW & help @refugees w/our new song #iwasme proceeds provide aid http://t.co/ng1d0rzIUD #one4 @one4project https://t.co/H3iwvWUfCl— Imagine Dragons (@Imaginedragons) October 12, 2015Apple has already been supporting the relief efforts, opening up iTunes Store donations to the American Red Cross last month to help those displaced from their homes due to violence and forced to migrate across the Mediterranean Sea and into Europe. Those interested in supporting the cause can purchase "I Was Me" on iTunes right now.
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Article Link: Apple Partners With Imagine Dragons and One4 Project to Aid in Refugee Relief Efforts