Get a SendStation iPod adapter and help fight hunger in Niger
Frankfurt/Main, Germany July 21, 2005 Today Sendstation Systems, creators of the PocketDock line of iPod adaptors, announced that it will donate $5 US for every PocketDock FireWire, Combo, Line Out FW or USB sold through the SendStation online store before August 21, 2005 to fight hunger in Niger. The west African nation of Niger is suffering an acute humanitarian crisis: according to the United Nations 3.3 million people are in desperate need of food, including 800,000 malnourished children.
SendStation will also be offering free world-wide shipping on all orders throughout the fundraising campaign to support iPod users who may be eager to help contribute to the relief efforts. At the end of the fundraising effort, funds will be donated to the United Nations Children’s Fund (www.unicef.org). This is SendStation’s second global fundraising activity. In January of this year, the iPod accessory maker donated $3,250 US to support Tsunami victims in South Asia (click here for details).
The SendStation Store can be reached at sendstation.com.
Update Aug. 22, 2005 SendStation Systems is pleased to announce that USD 1,705 have been collected during its hunger in Niger relief mission. We have increased this amount to EUR 1,500 (approx. USD 1,828), and have donated it today to Unicef. Click here to view the receipt from UNICEF.
Thanks again to all our online customers who showed their support!
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