Doing Business with DomainSource.com will help Orphans in Africa, says founder Andrew Sievright

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Business plus benevolence is standard operating procedure for DomainSource, Inc., an industry leader in the sale, resale and registration of Internet domain names and Web sites. "When customers do business with Domain Source, approximately 20 percent of Domain Source’s profits are donated to Heroes of the Nation to help poverty- and disease-stricken orphans in Africa," says Andrew Sievright, CEO of Domain Source, Inc.

Business plus benevolence is standard operating procedure for DomainSource, Inc., an industry leader in the sale, resale and registration of Internet domain names and Web sites.

DomainSource, Inc. (http://www.domainsource.com) helps consumers with purchasing and selling domain names, with registration transfers and Web hosting services. "When customers do business with Domain Source, approximately 20 percent of Domain Source’s profits are donated to Heroes of the Nation to help poverty- and disease-stricken orphans in Africa," says Andrew Sievright, CEO of Domain Source, Inc.

Domain Source, Inc. supports the work of Heroes of the Nation, a non-profit organization that cares for, educates and gives a future to over 300 orphans in Africa, many of whose parents were victims of the AIDS epidemic sweeping the continent. Heroes of the Nation’s goal is to educate orphans and develop the leaders of tomorrow in every field for Africa’s future.

This idea to be a good global citizen is Andrew Sievright's, Domain Source's founder and CEO, who is also the founder of Heroes of the Nation. Sievright, who has given more than $1 million of personal funds to Heroes of the Nation, has a passion to see orphaned children not just survive and overcome the ravages of AIDS, poverty, and disease, but he hopes they will thrive and become leaders of their own generation and inspire the generations to come in their impoverished nations.

Sievright has 35 full-time staff at Africa’s Heroes of the Nation centers, housing 372 orphans who attend classes at the centers’ own nationally accredited school.

A businessman for 25 years, Sievright for five years ran a large non-profit organization with 100 staff members (volunteering his time for all five years). He is a prime example of businesspeople who believe in giving back some of their wealth. In this case, Sievright has chosen to give back to his global community in Africa.

“This opportunity to invest in our global community may be the best reason of all for consumers to consider doing business with Domain Source,” said Sievright. Since its inception in 1999, DomainSource.com has donated tens of thousands of dollars to help orphans.

Sievright travels regularly from his Southern California home to the Heroes of the Nation centers in Africa to visit “his children" and staff, and he works regularly with other organizations serving at-risk children to find large-scale solutions for orphans around the world. Sievright and his staff are planning Heroes of the Nation centers in Romania and Costa Rica, as well.

Heroes of the Nation invites individuals to join them as partners to improve the lives of the orphans of Africa. To find out how to volunteer, contribute, or for more information about Heroes of the Nation, visit http://www.htn.org.

To do business with DomainSource, Inc., visit http://www.domainsource.com.

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