Revolut, the global financial super app, has raised more than 10 million euros ($10.9 million) to support victims of the war in Ukraine through donations to the Red Cross Ukraine appeal, the Stockholm-based company announced.
The money includes donations from customers together with contributions from Revolut. The campaign to allow millions of customers worldwide to instantly donate to the Red Cross Ukraine appeal began on Feb. 25 and raised more than 1 million euros ($1.09 million) in the first 24 hours. Since then, users in more than 50 countries have participated in the appeal.
Zopa, the financial services company that offers deposit accounts and credit cards, has pledged support for Ukrainian candidates applying for jobs at the London-based company in the U.K., Altfi.com reported.
These measures come in response to the catastrophic events ongoing in the country, as war continues to rage with Russia. In addition, Zopa said it is prepared to sponsor up to 50 working visas for eligible applicants and fast-track the relocation of Ukrainians wishing to join their families in the…