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Friday, September 02, 2005

iTunes for collections of donations for hurricane victims


Apple is now accepting donations on behalf of the Red Cross for victims of Hurricane Katrina through its iTunes Music Store. Amounts of $5,$10,$25,$50,$100 & $200 can be taken through the store. 100% of your donations will go to the American Red Cross.

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.

Because Help seems to be coming so slow from the federal Government many people want to volunteer to help victims of Hurricane Katrina themselfs . They are calling the one agency that can't accept that sort of help. Volunteers need to be prepared for the worst of the worst disaster conditions they can imagine, Working in a shelter is not something anyone can do without training. It is difficult work under very difficult circumstances.


What the Red Cross needs is cash. So for those wanting to help, donate money!
Call 1-800-HELP-NOW or visit Red Cross.org or donate through the iTunes Music Store


Other iTunes news
Motorola has recruited ten music industry stars for a television ad to promote its forthcoming ROKR iTunes phones.

The cast includes industry veterans Madonna, Little Richard, and Bootsy Collins, as well as pop punk rockers Sum 41, R&B diva Mya, king of crunk Lil' Jon, pop sensation The Pussycat Dolls, The White Stripes duo, and Billie Joe from Green Day. Through impersonators, the ad also features the likeness of the late Beethoven, Jimi Hendrix and Biggie Smalls.

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