Digi-cards Worldwide has announced today that it is pledging 10 million Digi-cards in the next 5 years to help organizations raise funds by taking donations in exchange for Digi-cards with exclusive content donated by renowned artists and multinational corporations. This content includes music, videos, e-books, games, and software. It was also announced that a committee is being formed to select and present the idea to various organizations that would benefit from this initiative with the potential to bring up to 100 million Euros to organizations. Gerardo Alton Ortega, CEO of Digi-cards Worldwide, said this has been his idea for many years and with the help of many generous artists and corporations it is now a reality. “We can make a difference for many in the world; it is just a matter of working together. In the next three to six months we will release the name of some of the organizations that will benefit from this initiative known as Digi-earth.” www.digi-earth.org.
Digi-cards are really going green and will share with clients and end users how many trees each Digi-card saved. Starting September all orders by clients that wish to share this information will include a Digi-green logo that will show the amount of trees the printing of the digi-card saved in comparison to the printing of the magazine, newspaper, catalog or other paper-printed material. This figure will be based on the Rainforest Maker Businesses ACT paper calculator at Rainmaker Paper Calculator . Also, for every order with the Digi-green logo, Digi-cards Worldwide will donate part of the proceeds to that organization. The newly formed Digi-green division of Digi-cards Worldwide will also offer other eco-friendly opportunities to Digi-cards clients around the world. Digi-cards Worldwide CEO Gerardo Alton Ortega said, “We are a virtual company because we want to conserve resources while saving the earth. We are a “Green” company and Digi-cards is one of the best options to save the environment”. For more information please visit www.digi-green.com.