Aladdin to donate money to Red Cross

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Aladdin Systems Inc. has joined the call -- the company has announced that it will donate US$1 of every sale from its Web site for the next 30 days to help "aid victims and families of the tragic terrorist attack in New York City, Washington DC and Pittsburgh," according to the company. The company plans to make donate the proceeds to the American Red Cross.

Aladdin Systems CEO Jonathan Kahn said that his company and its employees want to show its support and compassion following yesterday's tragedy.

"We have donated blood to help the situation and are saying prayers for those who've lost loved ones, but realize a monetary contribution is another good way to directly help and provide support to those in need," said Kahn.

Readers interested in helping are encouraged to visit the Aladdin Systems online store to make a purchase.

Aladdin makes StuffIt, the ubiquitous compression/decompression software as well as Spring Cleaning, ShrinkWrap and other utilities.

This story, "Aladdin to donate money to Red Cross" was originally published by PCWorld.

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