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New York, NY – We-Care.com, a leading provider of philanthropic technology, has joined forces with Khusi Hona to take a strong stand against slavery. On this special day of the 27th of February, 2014, as the world unites in a campaign to Shine a Light on Slavery through the End It Movement, We-Care.com commits to take their support of the fight against slavery to a new level by funding the building of an education and vocational training facility in the red light area of the Mau district of Uttar Pradesh, India. The center will provide victims of slavery with a safe place to escape, build necessary skills, and obtain the confidence necessary to completely break free of a life of slavery. By providing access to sewing machines, computers, and complete emotional support, victims will be able to see beyond a life of slavery and envision a life of fair employment, growth, and empowerment.
Khusi Hona is an organization that seeks out immediate need in the community and puts donation dollars towards eliminating those needs, and replacing them with support. Contributors are able to see where their donation dollars have been spent through photos and updates that allow them to experience the satisfaction of the support alongside the organization.
We-Care.com empowers users to turn shopping, booking travel, and doing taxes online into a means to donate to a favorite organization. Launched in 2008, We-Care.com consists of a team of internet marketers and technologists who believe one can succeed while doing good for others. Partners Kevin Lee and Dave Pasternack are successful “serial entrepreneurs”, and the founders of the leading Search Engine Marketing (SEM) agency Didit – part of the 2007 Inc 500 fastest-growing privately held companies (#137) and Deloitte’s Fast 500 (#12). We-Care.com provides Dave and Kevin an opportunity to support organizations that improve our communities.
Other We-Care.com partners include the ASPCA, Save the Children, Clean Water Action, World Vision, National Autism Association, and the Alzheimer’s Foundation.
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