When people from all over the world look for love on our sites, they do so with open hearts. And when peoples’ hearts are open, it’s a powerful outlook that welcomes goodwill opportunties.
Aliso Viejo, California (PRWEB) July 23, 2013
World Singles Networks, a leading provider of niche and international online dating services, launches its ‘iCare’ Initiative to raise funds and awareness on behalf of charitable organizations and groups focusing especially on children’s issues. “When people from all over the world look for love on our sites, they do so with open hearts. And when peoples’ hearts are open, it’s a powerful outlook that welcomes goodwill opportunities. We would like to help extend that goodwill to support and enrich the lives of children in the many diverse communities we serve,” said Saïd Amin, CEO/Founder of WSN.
World Singles Networks’ iCare Initiative provides various touchpoints for members on WSN sites to learn about charitable work that is being done in their own communities and ways to participate. Members who make donations will have the option to display an iCare badge on their member profile. The graphical badge, equipped with a tool tip that provides additional information and links to the associated charity, helps get the word out while providing an opportunity for singles to express more of who they are by sharing with others what they care about.
The first of several iCare partners to be announced is the Palestine Children’s Relief Fund. The PCRF is a registered non-political, non-profit, 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization established in 1991 by concerned people in the U.S. to address the medical and humanitarian crisis facing Palestinian youth in the Middle East. The mission has since expanded to help suffering children from the region, based solely on their medical needs. The PCRF does not discriminate based on religion, gender, nationality or sect. As part of the partnership, WSN’s ArabLounge, the personals market leader for Arab singles worldwide, will spotlight to its many members the tremendous work that the PCRF does. The goal is to raise the funds necessary for Middle Eastern children to receive the medical procedures that can help transform their lives and the lives of their families. “Our partnership with World Singles Networks began with Saïd Amin’s trip to Palestine, in which he saw firsthand the impact that volunteers and donors from all over the world have made in the lives of sick and injured children. We look forward to working together to help save the lives of more children who are in need of medical care otherwise not available to them locally,” said Steve Sosebee, President/CEO of the Palestine Children’s Relief Fund.
In the coming months, World Singles Networks will announce additional iCare non-profit partners, which include initiatives for the Greek, Armenian, Iranian, Jamaican, Muslim and Romanian communities.
How to help: For more information or to make a donation to a child in need, please visit http://arablounge.com/icare