Dejal Systems, LLC today announced that it is donating 100% from sales of its Mac apps for the rest of this week to relief efforts for the Christchurch earthquake.
Portland, Oregon - As you may have heard, the city of Christchurch in New Zealand had another major earthquake a couple of days ago, having suffered a big one late last year.
This quake (or series of quakes) has done a huge amount of damage, both to homes and major landmarks like the cathedral. Hundreds of people are still missing, and at least 75 were killed, with the toll still climbing.
David Sinclair, owner of Dejal, an indie Mac and iOS software publisher, said "I was born in New Zealand, and lived there until 2001. Although I don't have any friends or family in Christchurch, I know people who do. I feel that I really want to do something to help the relief efforts."
Dejal has announced that for the rest of this week (i.e. till midnight PST on Sunday Feb 27, 2011), it will donate 100% of the proceeds from Dejal Mac app sales to the New Zealand Red Cross, to help fund their relief efforts.
If you're at all interested in any Dejal products, now is the time to buy. Your money will help those suffering from this disaster.
And if you don't need any of the apps, Mr Sinclair urges you to make a donation to the NZ Red Cross directly.
Dejal Mac apps include:
* Simon: Monitor sites for changes or failures
* Time Out: Break reminder tool with micro-breaks (donate any amount to get a version 2 license)
* Caboodle: Lean, clean snippet machine
* BlogAssist: System menu to help with HTML markup for blogs and more
Founded by David Sinclair in 1991, Dejal Systems, LLC was originally established in New Zealand, and later moved to Portland, Oregon in 2001. With a focus on the Mac and iOS platforms, Dejal specializes in user-friendly and flexible Cocoa-based utility software. Copyright 1991-2011 Dejal Systems, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Dejal, the Dejal logo, Simon, Time Out, Caboodle and BlogAssist are trademarks of Dejal Systems, LLC. Apple, the Apple logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.
Dejal Systems, LLC
[Press release published via prMac.]