SocketLabs Gives Back – Donates Corporate Profits to Humanitarian Relief

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SocketLabs has recently started a program to create awareness for various humanitarian causes and will begin donating a portion of its profits to organizations supporting these causes. It's first donation was to the Red Cross in support of humanitarian efforts in Japan due to the recent earthquake and tsunami.

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We had just started developing a strategy for raising awareness and sharing our profits with various humanitarian causes when the earthquake and tsunami hit Japan.

SocketLabs, an internet email service provider, proudly announced that it was able to jump start its newly founded philanthropy project with a contribution of $5,150 for the people affected by the earthquake and tsunami in Japan.

“We had just started developing a strategy for raising awareness and sharing our profits with various humanitarian causes when the earthquake and tsunami hit Japan. We did not have all our plans complete, but when we saw the devastation we just went with what we had”, said John Alessi, CEO of SocketLabs. “We started an awareness campaign through Facebook, promising to give $1 for every “like” of our campaign page. We wanted to encourage interaction -- to raise awareness. The result was a $5,150 donation from SocketLabs to the American Red Cross’s Japan relief effort.”

SocketLabs has yet to officially name its newly founded philanthropy project, and some of the details are still being ironed out. What is certain however is that SocketLabs will run regular awareness campaigns for humanitarian relief in conjunction with donations directly from SocketLabs.

About SocketLabs, Inc.
SocketLabs, Inc. is the leading provider of high volume, marketing and transactional email delivery solutions. With over 10 years experience in building email systems and solving deliverability issues, SocketLabs helps responsible bulk senders achieve scalability, and hit the Inbox.

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