Toronto, Canada, January 14, 2011 --(PR.com)-- The #1 Internet Marketing Franchise WSI, would like to thank all those who made a donation towards the WSI MCPH (Make Child Poverty History) Holiday Fundraiser. The family based franchise is pleased to announce they surpassed their goal and as a result, many impoverished children around the world have experienced a happier holiday season.
Through out the Christmas season, the Staff of WSI challenged themselves to raise as much as possible and in two weeks raised $1,150. A challenge was made to the WSI IC community to match the donation and in one week raised $1,130. The Corporate channels of WSI then matched the total donations and raised $2,280. At the end of the month $4,560 in total was generated for MCPH.
WSI covered the five elements of poverty for MCPH, shelter – food – water – health – education, and the funds were broken into 12 categories:
Vice President of Marketing for WSI Elizabeth Monaghan said, "I am so proud of WSI. This is family first franchise, not business first; and I am so pleased to be apart of a company that realizes the importance of this nature."
WSI is the world's #1 franchise offering digital marketing services to suit the needs of multiple industries. The company has the world's largest Digital Marketing Consultants' network and a strong head office in Toronto, Canada. WSI Digital Marketing Consultants have helped thousands of small and medium-sized businesses realize their online marketing potential. By using innovative Internet technologies and advanced digital marketing strategies, businesses can have a WSI Digital Marketing System tailored to their individual needs to elevate their Internet presence and profitability to new levels. In 2010, WSI was the proud recipient of 6 Standard of Excellence Awards at the Annual WebAwards Competition organized by the Web Marketing Association (WMA).With the support and cooperation of its customers, franchise network, employees, suppliers and charitable organizations, WSI aims to help make child poverty history through its global outreach program.