Underground Elephant Donates Technical Equipment to the San Diego Rescue Mission
Underground Elephant donates over 100 computers and accessories to a local non-profit homeless shelter.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) April 02, 2012
Underground Elephant, the leader in performance-based lead generation, announced today that the company donated over one hundred pieces of technical equipment to the San Diego Rescue Mission. Proceeds from the donated items will directly support the organization´s philanthropic outreach programs.
“It´s a great feeling knowing that Underground Elephant´s contributions will become a much needed resource for the non-profit and will help them to better serve the San Diego community,” said Jason Kulpa, CEO of Underground Elephant.
Recently named San Diego´s fastest-growing private company, Underground Elephant has continued to scale its infrastructure which has led to the inevitable need to update and streamline its equipment, leaving a large amount of sophisticated equipment dormant. The company´s donation included over 30 PCs and a multitude of keyboards, mice, and other unused devices.
“We´re deeply honored that Underground Elephant has blessed us with this donation of computers,” said Herb Johnson, CEO of San Diego Rescue Mission. “The Mission depends on the kindness and generosity of our community to help us with our mission to restore lives.”
San Diego Rescue Mission is a non-profit homeless shelter and recovery center serving thousands of homeless, hungry, and poor men, women, and children in San Diego since 1955. Throughout its history, the San Diego Rescue Mission´s programs have adapted to meet the changing needs of San Diego´s homeless and needy populations.
About Underground Elephant
Underground Elephant is a global performance-based marketing technology company that specializes in customer acquisition solutions in a wide range of vertical markets. Our proprietary technology platform, NeoKeo 2.0, funnels qualified inquires through data-driven algorithms to maximize client ROI and increases conversion propensity.
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