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Warriors to donate $1 million to Chase Center employees


Chase Center, home to the Golden State Warriors, is seen from above in San Francisco California on March 12, 2020. – The NBA suspended its season after a Utah Jazz player tested positive Wednesday for the coronavirus. NBA commissioner Adam Silver said March 12, 2020, the league shut-down because of the coronavirus pandemic is likely to last “at least 30 days”. That would see the league shuttered through what would have been about the last month of its regular season. (Photo by Josh Edelson / AFP) (Photo by JOSH EDELSON/AFP via Getty Images)

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KRON) — Warriors ownership, players and coaches will contribute $1 million for Chase Center employees unable to work due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Due to the NBA’s sudden decision to suspend the season, the Warriors organization has decided to step up and support its home staff.

The fund will provide assistance to employees who work games at Chase Center who are really impacted by the loss of games.

The Warriors employee more than 1,000 part-time employees who work in various functions at each game — including food services, security, guest services, custodial and more.

On March 11, the NBA announced season would be suspended until further notice. At that time, the Warriors had seven home games remaining at Chase Center.

“The men and women who work our games at Chase Center are critical in providing an incredible game-night experience for our fans, including of course, the popcorn vendors, Steph Curry said. “As players, we wanted to do something, along with our ownership and coaches, to help ease the pain during this time.”

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