Georgia Business Helps Bring Relief to Haiti

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A national voice broadcasting company, CallingPost Communications, donates thousands of calls with their valuable service in wake of the apocalyptic earthquake in Haiti.

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“Prompt and reliable communication is critical to organizing, managing, updating, controlling rumors and assuring that everyone gets the same information. With CallingPost, this can be done simultaneously.”

CallingPost, an Augusta, GA-based voice broadcasting company, has announced that they are donating over 100,000 calls to various relief organizations, such as the Red Cross and the Salvation Army, in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake that hit Haiti on January 12, 2010.

Working with over 30 organizations, CallingPost is providing the calls for mobilization efforts to bring much needed relief, supplies and medical care to Haiti. Phil Alexander, CEO and President of CallingPost, affirms that every person’s effort can collaboratively make a huge difference. “We often overlook the fact that our own contributions are enough to legitimately help,” Alexander said. “Our company has been blessed with the ability to be part of a greater solution in the wake of this tragedy, and when we all do our part, we can make a considerable difference in the rebuilding of the lives of the people affected by this terrible event.”

While CallingPost services are used for a variety of reasons in our everyday lives, they believe that the donation of calls to relief organizations will be of great assistance during this time. Pam Tucker, Emergency and Operations Division Director of the Columbia County Emergency Management Agency, endorses the service whole heartedly when it comes to emergency notification. “Prompt and reliable communication is critical to organizing, managing, updating, controlling rumors and assuring that everyone gets the same information. With CallingPost, this can be done simultaneously.”

“Organizations such as the Red Cross provide unbelievable effort in aligning the proper assistance needed for a disaster of this magnitude, but no one can do it alone,” Alexander stated. “We are happy to provide these calls to help mobilize volunteers, medical personnel and relief workers; with them, organizations stay in constant contact and update each other with vital information.”

With such devastation comes the need for relief work in order to rebuild not only the areas destroyed by the earthquake, but the lives affected by it. CallingPost is just one example of the selflessness it takes to bring hope and help to Haiti. Alexander says, “Often times, we become so immersed in our day-to-day lives that we forget how much change we can affect; let this be a time when we remember, and choose to act.”

CallingPost Communications, Inc. was founded in 1995 by Phil Alexander, a soccer coach and nuclear engineer, after recognizing the need for an easy-to-use automated calling system for volunteer organizations. In addition to its volunteer service, CallingPost has voice broadcasting services available for businesses and emergency services. CallingPost services are available in all areas of the continental United States as well as Canada and Puerto Rico. For more information about CallingPost Communications, Inc. and its services, please visit callingpost.com.

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