Blazers Owner Paul Allen Donates $100M to Fight Ebola


Trail Blazers owner and billionaire Paul Allen pledged to donate at least $100 million toward the fight against Ebola.

Allen, who also owns the Seattle Seahawks, announced he’s working with the World Health Organization to increase its capacity for handling the logistics of transporting international aid workers, and he’s establishing a fund to help cover the costs of emergency transportation of the workers.

He said Thursday that among the initiatives he’s supporting is the development of two medevac containment units that the U.S. State Department can use to safely evacuate health workers who become infected.

Allen’s foundation previously pledged $26.5 million. He’s urging people to give to the cause at

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Jake Donahue is more of a Ron Burgundy than he is a Ben Simmons. He does have a background in journalism, sports writing and marketing, though. And he owns the Donahue Media Group, a local web design and project management company, as well as a real estate marketing firm, Portland Picture. Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, he grew up a Mariner fan before launching his own Little League coaching career.
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