Opentracker Communications Department
1 June, 2006
Amnesty International, MSF and Red Cross sign up for free services with Opentracker
EINDHOVEN, Netherlands _ Amnesty International, The Red Cross, and Medecins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders) became the latest members of the Opentracker philanthropy program, joining more than 50 non-profit groups already receiving free tracking services.
"With the addition of these renowned international humanitarian organizations, Opentracker is expanding its support to a broader range of
aid projects that will benefit more people around the world," said Cralan Deutsch, who runs the company's Philanthropy Program.
Opentracker has made tracking services available to the Australian division of Amnesty International, German Red Cross in the province of Bavaria, and the Austrian division of MSF.
The program has already provided subsidized or free tracking to WWF Australia, LakeNet, Friends of the Earth Indonesia, and Stop Child Poverty. The addition of these humanitarian organizations is an important growth for the program. Until now the focus has mainly been on environmental efforts.
By giving away tracking, Opentracker hopes to provide important projects and efforts with the tools they need to be more effective.
Media queries and interested parties can contact the program by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org