San Diego, California – (The Hosting News) – November 17, 2005 – Web hosting provider, Aplus.Net, has announced a charitable donation given to The John Thomas Foundation, Inc. Aplus.Net has donated its web hosting and web design services to this recently founded non-profit organization, formed to help children with Familial Adenomatous Polyposis.
The John Thomas Foundation is a budding charity that helps afflicted children obtain the treatments they need with respect to Familial Adenomatous Polyposis. Familial Adenomatous Polyposis is an inherited colorectal cancer syndrome. The foundation pays for medical equipment and other necessities not covered by insurance.
Aplus.Net donated 3 years of Solo XR web hosting and a Sunshine design package. The website design was completed and launched late last week.
According to Ivan Vachovsky, CEO of Aplus.Net, ”We believe that it is imperative to aide important causes such as the one addressed by The John Thomas Foundation. 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.”
Patricia Forster, CEO of The John Thomas Foundation added, Aplus.Net has had a great impact on our organization. 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 continuously looks into new ways to give back to the community. The company has pledged to donate a portion of its September sales to the Red Cross Katrina relief efforts, and is currently working with other charities to make donations in the coming months.
To learn more, please visit: www.aplus.net.