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April 11th, 2007, 10:25 AM #1Cellphone donations to Red Cross
Interesting...from the NY Times:
A new program that lets cellphone users send text messages to donate to the American Red Cross in major natural disasters has come under fire by a consumer group that contends the program is a business development strategy masquerading as charity....
The program, Text 2Help, was first used after Hurricane Katrina, and was promoted last month at a wireless industry trade show. It enables customers of participating wireless companies to enter the code 24357, or 2HELP, to make $5 donations to the Red Cross in natural disasters. Donations are added to monthly cellphone statements or debited from prepaid accounts.
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