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Aidbuilder Donor Program - Continuing to Improve Humanitarian Relief
An invitation from Aidmatrix CEO - Scott McCallum
Aidmatrix believes partnering with businesses and corporate sponsors is a powerful way to distribute aid to those who need it.
I hope you share my excitement about the great work Aidmatrix is able to do thanks to donors like you. There have been incredible demands for a better system of humanitarian giving - the type of program that you have helped support. Aidmatrix solutions are changing the world for the better.
With an annual membership donation* of $25 or more, you can become an Aidmatrix Aidbuilder today. Choose whether you prefer to help expand hunger, medical or disaster relief programs or if you'd like to help across the board. Donors receive their own virtual "brick" to be customized and displayed on our website.
The "bricks" in each program will help Aidmatrix grow the foundation of technology in your chosen area. The larger the donation, the larger the "brick", and the larger your impact will be on global humanitarian aid. Members will be notified when the "bricks" are placed on our website.
As a member, you will also receive special notices from me about the work Aidmatrix is doing and, should you attend any of our events - virtually or in-person, you will receive special privileges.
I look forward to welcoming you to the Aidmatrix Aidbuilder Program and thank you again for your support in helping humanity through The Aidmatrix Foundation.
Governor Scott McCallum
President and CEO
The Aidmatrix Foundation, Inc.
*The Aidmatrix Foundation Inc. is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit. Donations made to the Foundation are tax-deductible to the extent allowable under the law.
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