South ISP: The Spring of Hope launches to raise money for cancer research and cancer victims support
Mr J. Romanino, owner of South ISP, a Wiltshire based web design business (www.southisp.net) decided to take action and create www.thespringofhope.com, following the passing of a friend's father, very well known in Devizes , victim of cancer. ,
South ISP will, donate at least 80% of ALL their profits to major charities supporting cancer research or the sufferers themselves and their relatives and friends, and develop a specific marketing strategic to achieve this.
Visit www.thespringofhope.com for full details.
Those wishing to join South ISP in this effort through the Spring of Hope web site, will get a free 5GB email, courtesy of Google, branded under the spring of hope name.
As a Christian, at this time of hope that starts this Easter Sunday, Mr Romanino,, the South ISP owner, invites all good will people to join him and the thousands who fight cancer one way or another each day, regardless of their faith or political views.
The fight against cancer has no borders and needs each of us to one day win the war against it.
After the 90 days of fund raising, South ISP intends to celebrate the arrival of the summer with a big concert, (or several small concert nation wide) joining the millions who all over Europe will be celebrating in what is now the traditional Day of the Music.
A list of the beneficiaries’
Together, we can beat cancer.
In memory of Tino Pupilli and Mr Romanino's Mum, both victim of cancer.
For all press enquiries, email info @ thespringofhope.com.
Full contact details at thespringofhope.com web site
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About South ISP
South ISP www.southisp.net has been trading since September 2007. A multilingual web design business, tuition, Internet consultancy are available, plus IT products and services related for sale. Environmentally concious, we are home based to avoid commuting, and 95% of our trading is online based.
The owner lost his Mum from cancer and is very aware of the terrible effects it causes on sufferers and their families and friends