Apple uses iTunes to collect donations for hurricane victims

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Apple is now accepting donations on behalf of the Red Cross for victims of Hurricane Katrina through its iTunes Music Store. Donation amounts of $5 to $200 are available on the site hosted free of charge by Apple. You will receive an iTunes Music Store receipt for your donation, all of which will go to the Red Cross. Apple also notes that your personal information is not shared with Red Cross, so they will not be able to acknowledge your donation.

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