BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Under Armour is donating $2 million to provide community support for those impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.

This includes a 30-day Healthy at Home fitness challenge on Under Armour’s “MyFitnessPal” and “MapMyRun” apps.

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They are donating $1 million to Feeding America, to support hunger relief efforts as schools are closing down and people are quarantining themselves to fight the spread.

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The donations will be focused on cities where Under Armour team members live and work including Baltimore, Maryland; San Francisco and Rialto, California; Nashville, Tennessee; Austin, Texas; and Portland, Oregon.

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The sportswear brand also said when users join the “Healthy at Home” challenge starting March 23, Under Armour will donate up to $1 million in combination of funds and products to support the youth program Good Sports’ efforts to make sure youth sports leagues have equipment, footwear and apparel.