updated 10:20 am EDT, Thu September 13, 2001
In the wake of the recent tragedies, several companies have offered to donate part or all of their proceeds to the American Red Cross help the family and victims of the 9-11. [updated]
Elite Computers will donate $25 per Macintosh sale at each of its' two stores, located in Cupertino and San Rafael, through the end of September.
Thursby is donating all sales through September 21 from its on-line store.
RadGad is donating all profits through the end of the month from its online store and toll free number, including all emergency preparedness items such as flashlights, pocket tools, radios, two-way radios, batteries and its entire selection of "useful gifts and gadgets".
Koingo Software will donate $2 for every sale of its Utility Package for the next thirty days and $1 on the sale of any indvidual product.
PagePlanet Software will donate fifty percent of all gross
sales of Modular Gateway Interface (MGI) to the fund being set up to
assist the survivors of the fire and police forces who lost their
lives in the World Trade Center tragedy.
Intelli Innovations will donate $10 for each software purchase (through September 21st) to assist in tragedy relief in the United States.