Web Hosting Provider Aplus.Net Donates to ‘The John Thomas Foundation’

November 17, 2005
November 17, 2005 – (HOSTSEARCH.COM) – Leading web hosting provider Aplus.Net has donated its services to a children’s charity, it was announced this week. The California-based host donated web hosting and design services to the non-profit ‘The John Thomas Foundation’ which helps children with Familial Adenomatous Polyposis. Services donated included 3 years of Solo XR web hosting and a Sunshine design package. The foundation’s website was launched late last week.

“We believe that it is imperative to aide important causes such as the one addressed by The John Thomas Foundation,” said Ivan Vachovsky, CEO of Aplus.Net. “We are happy to lend our hosting and design services in order to enable these types of organizations to boost visibility, and ultimately help those ailing and in need.”

“Aplus.Net has had a great impact on our organization,” commented Patricia Forster, CEO of The John Thomas Foundation. “Our site’s look has improved tremendously. Aplus.Net has given our organization a more professional image. Now we have a robust framework for making our goals become realities.”

Aplus.Net’s latest donation is part of an ongoing strategy of considering ways to give back to the community. The company pledged a portion of its September sales to the Red Cross Katrina relief efforts and will make donations to other charities in the coming months.

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