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Baltimore and D.C. Organizations Get COVID-19-related Donations From Popular Montgomery County Video Game Maker

MBS Staff

main image: Bethesda Softworks

A large video game maker based in Rockville finally released a list with names of organizations it donated a total of $1 million. The donation was part of a campaign to support international and local charities affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

ZeniMax media, the parent company of Bethesda Softworks pledged part of that $1 million donation to Baltimore and D.C. area organizations. The initial announcement was made by the company on April 27.

The maker of Fallout 76, DOOM Eternal and The Elder Scrolls selected Baltimore-based Project Waves and D.C.-based Capital Area Food Bank to receive part of $250,000 set aside for local communities where the company has offices.