Austin, Texas (PRWEB) September 05, 2017
QuickStart, one of the most prominent names in the eLearning industry, has announced that it will donate $10 per sale to Red Cross for every enrolled learner who uses Harvey-Relief-Fund as the code on the check-out cart on quickstart.com on any of their IT Skills Training purchases.
According to multiple news sources, Hurricane Harvey is turning out to be the costliest natural disaster in US History. It has already done damage up to $160 billion and counting, and the entire nation will need to unite in their efforts to help out the State of Texas in this time of need.
As a Texas based organization, QuickStart understands the plight of its neighbors and wants to play a role in the relief efforts being carried out by Red Cross. “We have been following the news about Hurricane Harvey closely, and want to play a role in undoing the damage that this natural disaster has done. This is bigger than Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Sandy combined, and every donation counts," says Ed Sattar, CEO of QuickStart.com.
He also urged others in the IT industry and the local community to do as much as they can for those affected by the Hurricane. “There is a lot that needs to be done in terms of helping out the victims and rehabilitating them. For now, we will donate $10 for every course purchased using the Harvey-Relief-Fund code. I have a feeling that the relief efforts will go on for months to come, and we are inclined towards extending the deadline of this offer if the need arises.”
There are a number of groups helping out in the relief efforts in Texas. QuickStart’s announcement sets a great example for local organizations to step forward and help out in any way they can.
For 30 years, QuickStart has been known as a provider of premier IT technical and developer training and the industry’s only four-time Microsoft Gold Learning Partner. Today, QuickStart's mission is to help organizations transform IT project performance and career growth through cognitive learning platform and multi-mode training.