Snapchat releases a cool feature that shows what happens to your money when you scan it

We should all play a part in helping the world combat the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, pandemic in whatever way we can.

We have already seen the Malaysian National Zoo allowing us to virtually adopt animals and Lazada has a new donation section that allows you to donate to prominent charity organizations in Malaysia.

Now, it’s Snapchat’s turn to show how we can easily donate to organizations via a very cool feature.

IMAGE: Snapchat

Snapchat recently added a lens feature that provides information on how to contribute to the COVID-19 Immediate Response Efforts fund.

The feature is available in 33 countries including Malaysia and Indonesia.

All you need to do is scan a RM10 or IDR 50,000 note for Malaysia or Indonesia respectively and it will show you how your potential donation could support the fight against coronavirus.

This includes tracking the spread of the coronavirus, supporting patients to get the care they need, and getting critical supplies to frontliners.

Snapchat developed this feature in conjunction with the United Nations Foundation’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund and it will also direct users to the donation page if they choose to make one.

If you have the Snapchat app, why not give it a spin!

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Cover image sourced from Snapchat and Reddit.