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Charity800.com to Include Haiti Earthquake Relief Efforts in Toll Free Number Donation Program

January 19, 2010

COSTA MESA, Calif., Jan. 19 /PRNewswire/ — Charity800.com is responding to the crisis in Haiti by adding Haiti earthquake relief organizations: the American Red Cross and Doctors Without Borders into their donation program for their toll free number clients. When customers use a Charity800.com toll free or local number, half a cent from each minute of talk time gets donated to the charity selected by the client. Over time, the donations can add up to hundreds of dollars, thus making the potential impact of this program boundless.

Haiti has recently been hit by a magnitude 7.0 earthquake, just off the Haitian capital Port au Prince, which has left the country in shambles with thousands killed and three million lives impacted.

“It’s unimaginable what people are going through in Haiti after the recent earthquake. As small business owners and average Americans, all we can do is donate the money to the people who need it the most,” said Daniel Bernal, Co Founder of Charity800.com

The American Red Cross is the nation’s top emergency response nonprofit organization which helps victims of war and natural disaster. Charity800.com felt the need to add this organization because they are at the forefront of most, if not all, disaster relief efforts worldwide.

Doctors Without Borders, provide volunteer doctors and medical personnel to over 60 countries. Founded in 1971 Doctors Without Borders is made up of 19 associative organizations.

Charity800.com is a toll free number provider that donates a portion of their profit for each minute of talk time that customers use. Clients can choose the charity of choice that they want to support. Run by a proactive team that is constantly on the cutting edge of technology and service, Charity800.com is always adding new features to their service.

Charity800.com is owned and operated by Dynamic Interactive Corp.

SOURCE Dynamic Interactive Corp.


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