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New England Revolution and Chelsea have announced that they have donated $4 million to Holocaust Remembrance Day.16 non-profit organizations dedicated to fight anti-Semitism and discrimination. The money was raised in a charity match entitled “The Final Whistle on Hate”, in which Chelsea cruised to a 3-0 victory over the Revs at the Gillette Stadium. Revolution owner Robert Kraft and Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich are both Jewish and each donated $1 million as part of the exhibition, organized to counter ongoing hate crimes and acts of anti-Semitism worldwide. A delegation of representatives from both clubs also visited the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp in Poland as part of the March of the Living for World

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