D4D Technologies makes charitable donation to Haiti disaster relief

Feb. 18, 2010
Company presents the American Red Cross with check for $15,695.78.

DALLAS, Texas--Through donations by its employees and contribution matching by Basil Haymann, chairman and CEO, D4D Technologies has presented a check to the American Red Cross for $15,695.78 for Haiti disaster relief.

D4D continues to accept donations from employees and partners, in an effort to help those who are in desperate need following the January 2010 earthquake that struck the country. Contributions will be used to help open three hospitals, provide water and sanitation, and provide nourishment, clothing, and shelter to thousands in Haiti.

"It is important to remember how fortunate we all are and to recognize our social responsibility to help those who are less fortunate," said Haymann. While others may look the other way, the pain and hardship continues for our brothers and sisters who have been affected by this disaster. The need in Haiti will not end this month, or this year, or even five years from now.

For more information, contact Dalyce Willis at Dalyce Willis, call (214) 432-6349, or visit D4D Technologies.

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