com)-- WSI, the world's #1 Internet services franchise, according to industry leading Entrepreneur Magazine, donated $8,000 through its Make Child Poverty History (MCPH) Program to support "Hockey for Haiti.
Ron McArthur, President of WSI, says, "One of WSI's core principles is social responsibility, and therefore, we strive to serve as a catalyst to help end child poverty around the world through our Make Child Poverty History Program.
The donation, which was made through the company's Make Child Poverty History (MCPH) Program, was presented to World Vision Canada yesterday in Toronto, Canada.
Over the past 6 years, as a founding member of the Make Child Poverty History, WSI continues to support those in need by organizing fundraising campaigns such as charity golf tournaments and build-a-school programs.
Founded in 2004 by WSI, Make Child Poverty History is an ongoing global initiative that mobilizes resources and brings together individuals and organizations in an effort to end child poverty.