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I love it when a plan comes together!  Even when it really wasn’t a plan, and some really cool things just happened to align serendipitously.  (Sorry Hannibal from the A team).  In this particular case of lucky circumstance, I’m happy to announce today – which is “Giving Tuesday”  – that there as a really cool way for any iGrafx customer or iGrafx user to make a $25 donation to charity without actually giving away any money!  In fact, these customers and users have the chance to do something extremely simple and incredibly nice and helpful for future iGrafx customers and users, and then be rewarded for doing so with a $25 donation made in their honor.

How?  It’s easy!  If you leave an online review for iGrafx on the Gartner Peer Review website between now and 12/31, Gartner will donate $25 to the charity of your choice.  It’s a win/win/win!

After all of that winning, please do consider giving additional gifts to any of the amazing nonprofits that work tirelessly to help people in need, help animals in need, help our planet thrive and otherwise make things better.  Giving Tuesday has been around for Seven years, and it’s a fantastic counterpoint to the spending days that happen on Black Friday and Cyber Monday.  In 2017 more than $300M was raised across 150+ countries.  Let’s beat that today!

Thank you, and happy Giving Tuesday.

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