Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 28, 2014
Wikipedia has 30 million articles written in 287 languages and more than 500 million unique visitors per month. And the story goes on. That’s why KeepCalling decided to support this immense project called Wikipedia, offering a $4000 donation.
This is the fourth time KeepCalling supports Wikipedia’s efforts to spread information and knowledge to people all over the world. In 2010, the company donated $1000; in 2011, the donation amounted to $2000, whereas 2012’s and 2014's contributions were worth $4000 each.
Throughout the 13 years since its inception, Wikipedia’s content has been used extensively, including in books, academic papers and studies, and even court cases. Simplifying research work and gathering all past and present findings, Wikipedia has become a development engine for human knowledge.
KeepCalling decided a cause with this kind of international impact is worth supporting, especially because Wikipedia foundation is based upon the same cultural diversity the company also encourages. Thus, both KeepCalling and Wikipedia cherish and promote the same beliefs regarding cultural values and the importance education and access to information play, not only for the present, but also for the generations to come.
KeepCalling’s donations, as well as any other funds Wikipedia foundation receives, will be used to pay for staff salaries and technology: servers, bandwidth, Internet hosting that allow staff to keep Wikipedia's projects running. Donations are also directed toward supporting and growing the large network of volunteers who write, edit and constantly update Wikipedia content.
Over the years, KeepCalling has developed a large social responsibility program, focused mainly on five areas of interest: education, social support, environment, sports and animal care.
Here are few of the most recent CSR campaigns KeepCalling sustained: donations to SOS Children’s Villages, Ninos con Valor charity organization, OvidiuRo’s project “Every child in Preschool,” Rotaract’s tree planting project, Mosoj Yan’s Motivation Center, a Bolivian organization assisting young women working on the streets, and many other activities directed towards the local communities where KeepCalling has its offices.
KeepCalling, a global telecommunications company registered in 2002 in USA, serves ethnic and immigrant communities from all over the world through more than 70 websites. KeepCalling’s mission is to bring people closer and help them stay in touch with their families and friends back home.
The company offers various telecom solutions: Monthly Plans, Voice Credit, Mobile Recharge, and Virtual Numbers, through various ethnic websites. Presently, KeepCalling provides its services to over 200,000 consumers and businesses, with a focus on customer satisfaction. In 2013, Inc. Magazine listed KeepCalling as the 16th fastest growing company in the telecommunications industry.