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WFX Launches Charity Inititative

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(APRIL 10, 2009) WFXonDemand.com has officially launched a charity initiative to help support the education of underprivileged children in India.

A portion of user subscriptions are donated by WFX to the Sahayata School for underprivileged children. The initiative aims to help these children who come from extremely poor backgrounds, through a variety of programs including basic education, support classes and even better hygiene.

India has the largest number of uneducated children in the world where 50% of children aged 6 to18 do not go to school. The education system faces a shortage of resources, schools, classrooms and teachers. WFX has launched this initiative in an effort to give these children the opportunity of a better future through education.

“As an organization, we believe in giving back. WFX R&D center is located in India, a country with pockets of extreme poverty where basic education isn’t available for everyone. We believe it is our social responsibility to help solve this problem and help to educate the underprivileged who haven’t had the same opportunities as most of us. It is only because of our customers and users that this initiative is possible and successful.” Drish B.S P., Chairman. 

For further information on WFX, please visit: www.worldfashionexchange.com/
 
Source: Fibre2Fashion.com

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