New York, NY (PRWEB) December 05, 2011
INNOVATIVE art technology firm Collectrium has joined hands with Palms for Life to help break the cycle of poverty in Africa, Latin America, and Asia. With a shared vision of reaching underprivileged people in poor countries, Collectrium has partnered with Palms to address the root causes while focusing on human capital, namely the feeding and education of schoolchildren, ensuring the health of young mothers and their infants, integrating adults into the local economy, and empowering local organizations. The mission is to provide the underprivileged with opportunities to be educated, healthy, and access to resources that empower them to have a true chance of escaping poverty.
With many key events lined up around the world in the coming months, Collecrtium will be raising funds and awareness for the non-profit through their technology applications and network to help communities across the world achieve sustainable social and economic development.
Beautiful technology for the art world
Over the last few years, Collectrium has become the leader in providing cutting-edge technology to the art world. Collectrium clients use products to organize, discover, share, and promote art:
- #1 iPad mobile inventory for galleries
- #1 iPhone app for art fairs
- #1 mobile art discovery tool for collectors
- #1 contemporary art network
- Fastest growing cloud-based art inventory management
- Globally available in 7 languages
ArtSlant.com is the #1 contemporary art network, and a vibrant rapidly growing community of collectors, artists, and galleries. It provides a comprehensive calendar of arts events worldwide, as well as the best in art buzz, reviews, commentary and events on a city-by-city basis.
Palms for Life Non-Profit
Palms for Life Fund is a not-for-profit corporation (501(c)(3)) dedicated to ending poverty by addressing its root causes. Committed to providing poor people with sustainable opportunities to make the right choice for a better future, Palms works with local organizations to raise funds to educate schoolchildren, especially girls, improve the health of mothers and children and ensure food and water security for thousands of poor people in Africa, Asia and Latin America. They also raise awareness about hunger in the United States while connecting local implementing partners with donors and individuals who share the same vision. They provide them with the resources they need to function effectively with the communities they serve.
For more information, or to schedule an interview with Collectrium founder Boris Pevzner, please contact Natasha Rottman (212) 796-5887 or email pr(at)collectrium(dot)com.