NYNCCO Launches Irene Relief Fund on WikiPay™ mWallet Platform

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NYNCCO LLC, through its operating division, mobipay.co (http://www.mobipay.co), has launched Irene Relief Fund as a campaign to collect cash donations using WikiPay™ LLC’s proprietary mobile payment platform. WikiPay™ provides real-time collection and delivery of all donations for the charities providing food, shelter, medical care, clean-up and other resources to the individuals, families and communities in need after Hurricane Irene.

NYNCCO will additionally match 1 cent ($0.01) for every $1 raised as an open-ended disaster relief incentive program to support the short-term immediacy of the relief efforts and contribute to the long-term recovery efforts. This program is designed to encourage continued donations and engage donors to support the longevity of the Hurricane Irene disaster relief efforts of charities.

Wikipay’s “green” and paperless platform allows anyone, anywhere on any mobile phone, to support relief efforts by making a donation to any of the twelve Irene Relief organizations below simply by sending a TEXT message. Donating is FREE, easy and secure. Just text “GIVE” and the specific Donation Code of your desired charity below and send that text message to 561-699-8557 (WikiPay™):

American Red Cross: TEXT “ARCIRENE”
American Red Cross of Greater New York: TEXT “NYARCIRENE”
AmeriCares: TEXT “ACIRENE”
Feeding America: TEXT “FAIRENE”
K.I.D.S.: TEXT “KIDSIRENE”
Operation Blessing: TEXT “OBIRENE”
Salvation Army: TEXT “SAIRENE”
Salvation Army USA Eastern Territory: TEXT “USESAIRENE”
Samaritan’s Purse: TEXT “SPIRENE”
United Way: TEXT “UWIRENE”
United Way of Passaic County: TEXT “UWPIRENE”
Vermont Disaster Relief Fund: TEXT “VTIRENE”

NYNCCO created the Irene Relief Fund to make donating to any of these charities instant, safe and easy. Best of all, Wikipay’s platform avoids the high text-messaging fees, overhead costs, restrictions on donation amounts, and long lead-times associated with other “Text-to-Give” campaigns which can take up to 3 months to deliver the much needed donations to the source. Donors using WikiPay™ can give as much as they want, as often as they want with the security that the charity will receive 100% of their donations in real-time. All donations are 100% tax-deductible.

NYNCCO’s mobile matching donation incentive program represents the company’s dedication and commitment to the relief and recovery efforts of these charities to make the Irene Relief Fund campaign a sustained success.

Philip I. Prouty, President & CEO of Prouty Company LLC, Joint Venture Marketing Partner and Affiliate Program Manager of WikiPay™, said: “Wikipay’s cutting edge mWallet platform transforms the way charitable organizations can communicate with their supporters. Given the need and urgency for donations by the Irene Relief Fund, WikiPay™ is the perfect solution to raise money to help the families and communities affected by Hurricane Irene. Every donation to the Irene Relief Fund is a message of hope and recovery that is engrained in Wikipay’s mission to "reach, enable and empower everyone, everywhere on every mobile phone."

NYNCCO will expand the reach of Irene Relief Fund’s mobile donation campaign and offer Wikipay’s secure mWallet platform to local charities and local chapters of the 12 charities in areas affected by Hurricane Irene. In NYNCCO’S continuing commitment to support the long-term recovery from Hurricane Irene, NYNCCO will also match every $1 donation to local charities by delivering on NYNCCO’s mobile matching donation program.

WikiPay™ is an Internet and mobile payment and communications technology company. Wikipay’s secure mWallet platform is the only mobile donation channel for collecting and delivering reliable, transparent and real-time SMS messaging donations for our non-profits.

For more information on mobile donations or to sign up, please visit http://www.mobipay.co .

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Charlene Marant, 917-673-9187

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