SalutHaiti.com Supports Red Cross in Rescue Efforts
SalutHaiti.com wants to be there together with other organizations that are going the extra mile to give a hand to the Haitian people during this time of grief as they pick up the pieces of their lives and try to move on.
Communication networks to Haiti are still established with difficulty due to the local situation but SalutHaiti.com makes efforts to use the best tools and technologies available in the attempts to connect to Haiti. SalutHaiti.com thanks its customers for their understanding and promises them to return with a special campaign for their future orders as soon as good quality connections to this devastated area can be reassured. Also, on I ♥ Haiti facebook page customers and fans are encouraged to post comments about missing persons and check available contacts for officials.
KeepCalling.com is known to be one of the most important telecommunication companies in the prepaid long distance market, a rapidly growing business with the sole purpose of providing its customers the highest quality services.
4780 Ashford Dunwoody Rd
Suite A 236
Atlanta GA 30338
Senior PR Specialist
Office USA: +1 678 528 0398 x 3011
This release was published on openPR.
Permanent link to this press release:
Please set a link in the press area of your homepage to this press release on openPR. openPR disclaims liability for any content contained in this release.
You can edit or delete your press release SalutHaiti.com Supports Red Cross in Rescue Efforts here
News-ID: 117078 • Views: 1413
More Releases from KeepCalling.com
KeepCalling Launches WEB CALL
Starting February 2011, Keepcalling customers can use their online accounts to make PC to phone calls and to send out SMS's to their friends and family. The new WEB CALL application was created in order to help people stay in touch with their dear ones from back home. Now KeepCalling customers can make international calls at the same great rates from all over the world even if an access number is
September 30, 2010
KeepCalling Supports Mosoj Yan In May 2009 KeepCalling through LlamaBolivia.com began a CSR project. Mosoj Yan is a non profit organization which has been conducting programs for prevention, intervention, rehabilitation, and social and family reintegration in the city of Cochabamba, Bolivia. Their main objective is to work with girls and young women to continue their educational activities. They also work with teenagers and teenage mothers who live in the streets
KeepCalling partners up with Belgacom
Starting July KeepCalling has signed an agreement with Belgacom, a new terminating partner for Africa and Middle East. Belgacom has already connected all the traffic to KeepCalling's Number 1 destination, Kenya Mobile Safaricom. Safaricom, a leading provider of converged communication solutions is owned by Belgacom. KeepCalling's new terminating partner ensures enhanced connection quality to Africa and Middle East and better rates for customers as the carrier has strong partnerships in
New KeepCalling Features
Now it's even easier and faster to call home. KeepCalling is launching new features on all its websites in order to better satisfy the customers needs and improve its services. Fast Dial is the new feature that helps customers connect faster to their destination number by skipping the balance and minutes prompts. If the customers activate the Fast Dial feature, they will just have to dial the access number, enter the
More Releases for Haiti
Haiti Power Market: Know More About The Years Ahead
HTF Market Intelligence released a new research report of 46 pages on title 'Haiti Power Market Outlook to 2030, Update 2019-Market Trends, Regulations, Electricity Tariff and Key Company Profiles' with detailed analysis, forecast and strategies. The study covers key regions and important players such as Electricity Company of Haiti (EDH). Request a sample report @ https://www.htfmarketreport.com/sample-report/2361228-haiti-power-market Summary This report elaborates Haiti's power market structure and provides historical and forecast numbers for capacity,
Women Nationwide Donate Bras to Help Reshape Haiti
To remember the one year anniversary of the 7.0 magnitude earthquake that rocked Port-au-Prince, Haiti approaches and the country continues to face rebuilding efforts, including battling a cholera epidemic, The Bra Recyclers, a division of BB Recycling, LLC, asks women nationwide to open their drawers to support a unique cause this holiday season. The Bra Recyclers launched a bra collection effort in November to collect gently new and used bras
Finanxo Loans Services Delivers to Haiti Earthquake Victims
The earthquake that struck Haiti in January 2010 lasted approximately 35 seconds, but the devastation could have effects that last for years. In an effort to lend a hand in worldwide relief assistance, Finanxo Loans, an Offshore Loan Company serving the American, Eurasia & Australia Continents raised more than $87,000 which was donated to four charities dedicated to rebuilding the nation. More than $45,000 was donated to the American Red Cross
Global Village Champions delivers over 6 million meals to Haiti
February 24, 2010--Following the devastating earthquake in Haiti last month, Global Village Market is providing food aid in the form of more than 6 million meals to assist those affected by the tragedy. Haiti food aid is much needed in that aftermath of the tragic earthquake on January 12 that wreaked havoc on the Western Hemisphere’s poorest nation. The 7.0 magnitude earthquake caused an unprecedented loss of life and property, and
PennCare’s Don Bloom Joins US Department for Haiti Relief Effort
Niles, Ohio, January 29th, 2009…Don Bloom, Vice President and co-owner of PennCare, Inc. is a victim identification expert with a slew of experiences in handling mass fatality disaster responses. Don is part of the Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team (DMORT) for the Health & Human Services; National Disaster Medical System (NDMS). Don’s latest deputation is to assist the US State Department’s earthquake relief efforts in Haiti with his expertise in
Symphony of Dreams: Haiti Memorial Benefit Concert
Classical Music World Thunders into Relief Effort NEW YORK, NY, JANUARY 30, 2010: As the team of newly graduated doctors and interns begin their trek through the devastated Haitian countryside, they know only that they expect to find widespread death, broken bones, disease and famine. They also know that their backpacks, now stuffed with bandages, antibiotics and analgesics, will soon enough be empty. Their hope lies in a dark wonderland