Earthquake Relief For Nepal

Earthquake Relief For Nepal

As you may have read it in the news, tragedy has struck the beautiful land that houses Mount Everest. Thousands have perished while many more are rendered homeless and are in need of help.

Along with our friends, we are launching Nepal Earthquake Relief Fund with equal support and participation; pledging a 10% of our sales in the next 7 days for the Nepal relief fund. We would like to request you all to join hands with us to make this a worthwhile effort.

Buy from any of the 5 companies and your contribution will make a difference for someone in need.

  1. Stack Ideas
  2. JoomlArt
  3. corePHP
  4. Techjoomla
  5. ThemeXpert

10% of our revenue during these 7 days will be forwarded to the Nepal Government relief fund. Children lost their parents, mothers lost their child, people lost their homes and love ones. They are in dire need of any assistance that we can give. Every penny, every cent, every dollar that will be sent to them can, and will, make a difference. Come, join us. Let us unite as one whole Joomla family and give our helping hand to our brothers-of-humanity in Nepal.

Let's help Nepal get back on her feet.

 

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Great job Stackideas. love you effort. we are with you.

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  1.    Nirmal G

Thank you Nirmal

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I had no idea about the new quake. This is really sad. Will pray for the people of Nepal and the surrounding region. While they are a people on the opposite side of the world (from me), I understand how great their suffering currently is. Last year I had a lot of major injuries from a mountain climbing accident (I'm really lucky to be here). So I know from first hand experience how hard, scary, and emotionally grueling it is to come out of such a traumatic experience. The reason I mention...

I had no idea about the new quake. This is really sad. Will pray for the people of Nepal and the surrounding region. While they are a people on the opposite side of the world (from me), I understand how great their suffering currently is. Last year I had a lot of major injuries from a mountain climbing accident (I'm really lucky to be here). So I know from first hand experience how hard, scary, and emotionally grueling it is to come out of such a traumatic experience. The reason I mention this is because of all the injuries that took place from the quake (there is a lot more tragedy than just that). I'm not claiming to understand the full depths of the hardships they are facing, but I do know that it is beyond words and to many uncomprehensible.

Kudos to the Nepalese for maintaining a good attitude in this terrible situation:

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I have seen the havoc wreaked by natural disasters on TV and in photos before, but I can tell you that it is entirely something else to see it in person. I came to Nepal over a month ago to climb a mountain, and am leaving with images of total human misery and loss burned into my memory.


- Destruction in Nepal

Glad to see you guys contributing to this cause. While I have never been to Nepal (yet), this subject has been on my mind for quite some time (since the first quake) and I've talked about it with friends. The people of Nepal make their dollars go far, so every bit means a lot.

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  1.    Josh Lewis

Thanks Josh

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I will be a little harsh, sorry but that's the way I am receiving this and don't take it personally.
I got these emails from many of the above Joomla extensions providers. I didn't like it from the first email I received.
I think it looks too promotional... don't know...

If you want to make the difference - give the 100% of your sales of the next 7 days to Nepal, or keep giving the 10% of your sales for the next 6 months or more.

Otherwise, the only major difference I see happening is...

I will be a little harsh, sorry but that's the way I am receiving this and don't take it personally.
I got these emails from many of the above Joomla extensions providers. I didn't like it from the first email I received.
I think it looks too promotional... don't know...

If you want to make the difference - give the 100% of your sales of the next 7 days to Nepal, or keep giving the 10% of your sales for the next 6 months or more.

Otherwise, the only major difference I see happening is boosting up your sales and bank accounts by advertising over the disaster and the pain of people.

If you wanna make good to the people - just do it - Don't advertise it or at least don't try to make money with it.

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  1.    John

Hello John,

If we could, we would donate 100% of the profits to Nepal but we have to be realistic as well. This has never been a marketing / promotional campaign but rather awareness to our customers who some might not even realize that there was a quake that hit Nepal.

Apart from that, we are just publicly announcing that 10% of our profits would be made as a donation. I am not really sure how was the message conveyed by other extension developers but marketing has never been our reason...

Hello John,

If we could, we would donate 100% of the profits to Nepal but we have to be realistic as well. This has never been a marketing / promotional campaign but rather awareness to our customers who some might not even realize that there was a quake that hit Nepal.

Apart from that, we are just publicly announcing that 10% of our profits would be made as a donation. I am not really sure how was the message conveyed by other extension developers but marketing has never been our reason for joining this newsletter blast.

That being said, I sincerely appreciate your insights on this and will share this with the rest of the extension devs around.

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