In a year plagued by the epidemic and difficulties, Apple’s employee donation program is donating more dollars and time than ever before in 2020. Apple announced today that the program ushered in its biggest year to date in 2020, and today Apple highlighted several prominent stories in its global workforce on its official website. < / P > < p > this includes Anthony Garrett Leverett, a technologist at Twelve Oaks Apple store in Detroit, who works with apple colleague Joe Cayao to provide masks for those in need. < p > < p > in March, during the first wave of the American pandemic, Garrett Leverett teamed up with Cayao, who sewed masks out of materials from his bow tie business, while a local parade company used leftover fabric from old clothes. They have successfully provided 14000 masks to regional hospitals, sanatoriums and front-line workers. < / P > < p > Apple employees are the largest corporate team to contribute to the British Red Cross’s journey to refugees in the UK in 2020. < / P > < p > in this program, volunteers choose a target distance that represents the real-life refugee journey and raise funds from sponsors through various sports activities to travel the distance. Since its inception in 2011, Apple’s employee donation program has raised nearly $600 million in donations and recorded 1.6 million hours of volunteer time. These dollars and hours support 34000 different organizations around the world. IPhone 12 whole family barrel model exposed: it’s a tribute to iPhone 4