Green Sites Help in Haitian Aide
In response to the devastating earthquake in Haiti, green sites are stepping up to do their part. Over the next several months GreenCareersGuide.com and Eco20-20.com will provide links to the Red Cross for visitors to donate.
(I-Newswire) January 27, 2010 - Warren, Michigan: Local career site www.GreenCareersGuide.com and clean energy site www.Eco20-20.com are leaders in educating people worldwide on finding a green job and saving energy. With Michelle Obama heeding the call for donations to the Red Cross, both sites will proudly display a Red Cross banner where visitors all over the globe can click and donate directly to Haitian relief.
Websites are joining their communities together to help all those in need. With the natural disaster unfolding, both sites are stepping up to help the people of Haiti. Both sites will display the banners on their home pages. Visitors are encouraged to give as much money as possible to help in the Haitian aide.
“We have a unique ability to reach people from all different backgrounds and all over the world who may not have donated before. We are hoping to leverage our traffic to lend support of the relief effort,“ said Ezra Drissman, Webmaster.
Countries from all over the world have come together to help the Haitian people. With so much destruction, internet sites are heeding the call to donate and lend space on their sites to help.
Both sites are hoping to raise thousands of dollars to help victims of the terrible earthquake. “In times of economic and terrible need, each person and company must join together to create a better future for not only people at home, but for people everywhere,” said Drissman.
www.GreenCareersGuide.com is the #1 green career website in the world. This site is dedicated to helping people learn about green careers and how to find them. www.Eco20-20.com has long been dedicated to help educate people about the importance of clean energy.
EcoGreen Ventures, Inc. was formed in 2006 and is located in Warren, Michigan. The founders, Constance Blair and Moses Olaniran, saw the growing trend toward a green economy. EcoGreen runs two green informational sites, www.GreenCareersGuide.com and www.Eco20-20.com.
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Published On:January 27, 2010
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