Giving Tuesday

It is safe to say that 2020 has been a year of one disruption after another. From global pandemics to murder hornets, we have just about seen it all. However, even with everything that 2020 has thrown our way, there are still so many things that we have to be grateful for. To that end, we wanted to take the opportunity to give something back.

This coming Tuesday, December 1st is “Giving Tuesday”. We thought would get a jump on it this year and extend it beyond a single day, and you can help. For every iGrafx customer or iGrafx user who leaves us a review on Gartner Peer Insights between now and December 31, 2020, iGrafx will make a $25 donation to a select charity of their choosing.

It only takes 10 mins, and not only will you be providing valuable insight to your peers on the value of iGrafx within your organization, you will in turn also be providing support to a number of charitable organizations.

Simply click this link to get started:

After your review is approved by Gartner, you will receive an email with instructions for how to select which charity will receive your donation.

Giving Tuesday was started in 2012, and is a global generosity movement, unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world.  At a time when we are all experiencing some form of personal or professional disruption, generosity is what brings people of all races, faiths, and political views together across the globe.

Join us and help make a positive change in the lives of others.

Thank you, and happy #GivingTuesday!

Melany Joy Beck
November 30, 2020

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