30 Jan SupraNet helps disaster-relief charity with server support
Madison Internet service provider SupraNet plans to give $120,000 worth of server support a year to the Aidmatrix Foundation, a global disaster-relief firm run by former Wisconsin governor Scott McCallum.
McCallum and SupraNet CEO Bryan Chan said in a press release that the support would help Aidmatrix deal with the unexpected number of recent disasters the charity is responding to, including the series of hurricanes that hit the southeastern U.S., the Pakistan earthquake, and the mudslides in Central America.
“The Internet plays a very important role in connecting the 35,000 charitable organizations that Aidmatrix helps and SupraNet is pleased to provie the Internet connection and on-going support,” Chan said in the release.
• WTN covered Aidmatrix and its hire of Scott McCallum in March 2005