We received a note from Neil Ticktin, the publisher of MacTech Magazine, telling us that one of his companyis other properties will be donating all profits from it sales. RadGad.com is an online retail outlet that focuses on selling gadgets and other such things, and all profits on items sold from September 13th to September 30th will donated directly to the Red Cross to help victims of the terrorist attacks. From RadGad.com:
RadGad announced today that it is donating all profits from itis online store and toll free number to the American Red Cross, a humanitarian organization.
The offer includes all RadGad products ordered today through September 30, 2001, either via RadGadis web site at http://www.radgad.com/ or through RadGadis toll free number (877-5-RADGAD).
This offer includes not only all emergency preparedness items such as flashlights, pocket tools, radios, two-way radios, batteries and more ... but RadGadis entire selection of "useful gifts and gadgets".
"America is not about places, buildings, and property. America is about people, ideas and freedom. In this difficult time, what is most important is to stand up for each other, and help." said Neil Ticktin, CEO of RadGadis parent company. "Our hearts, thoughts and prayers are with those who are suffering. We felt we needed to do something to help. What seemed most appropriate is to help folks in the long term: helping people become prepared for emergencies, and by getting more resources to the Red Cross."
All profits from purchases made from September 13, 2001 through September 30, 2001 will be donated to the Red Cross.
You can find out more information about RadGad and its wares by visiting the site. RadGad.com does offer a few Mac specific items like iBook Bags.