Operation ShareLove – Helping Christchurch & Japan

We are a global community, interconnected more now than ever before. When a disaster strikes even on the other side of the world, it affects us all. The SharePoint community has come together and created Operation ShareLove, an initiative designed to respond to natural disasters with an outpouring of financial support funneled through disaster relief agencies trained to get help where it is most needed.

Support Christchurch + Japan and Win Awesome SharePoint Prizes!

Fpweb.net is proud to support Operation ShareLove: New Zealand & Japan to help the victims of the recent earthquakes. If you’d like to be a part of this global initiative, all you have to do is donate to the charity of your choice in support of victims of these disasters. In addition to the feel good vibe you’ll have from donating to an excellent cause, you’ll also receive a FREE e-book voucher from O’Reilly Media. Once you’ve made your donation of $25 USD or more, email proof of your donation to sharelove@innovative-e.us to receive the voucher for your free e-book.

And there’s more! When the fund drive is over, on April 15, 2011, all donors will be entered into a raffle for fantastic prizes worth over $50,000 , including three Fpweb.net Hosted SharePoint 2010 Foundation Sites (valued at $600 each) and much, much more! To see a full list of the raffle prizes and to read more about Operation ShareLove and how you can help, visit meetdux.com.

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