PRINCETON, N.J., Nov. 29, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Snap MyLife, Inc., a cloud-service application developer whose services help consumers and families manage their digital lives, is harnessing its resources to help those dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
The company plans to donate $1,000 and match every $1 donated by employees. Though small in size, Snap MyLife, Inc. has cut a large profile in New Jersey and is eager to make a difference in their local community by contributing to the relief effort.
"Snap employees are among the many residents of New Jersey and New York who suffered significant personal loss in the wake of Hurricane Sandy," said Jiren Parikh, CEO of Snap MyLife, Inc. "We are very fortunate that our immediate area and office were largely unaffected. All businesses, big or small, can make a difference and through our donations to the American Red Cross we hope to do our part in easing a few burdens for others."
Other New Jersey businesses contributing to the relief effort coordinated by the American Red Cross include JP Morgan Chase, Wells Fargo and IDT Energy, according to NJ Biz.com.
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About Snap MyLife, Inc.
Snap MyLife, Inc. is a fast-growing developer of consumer cloud-service applications for mobile devices and other internet-enabled consumer electronics. Its products and services under the Snap Secure®, Snap Sync™, Snap Play™, Snap MyLife® and Snap One™ brands allow consumers to leverage the cloud with simple, yet powerful applications for content backup, synchronization, streaming, storing, editing, sharing, and messaging, as well as device and content security across virtually all consumer electronics device categories. Snap MyLife, Inc. is headquartered in Princeton, N.J., with offices globally, and is backed by Edison Ventures and Sycamore Ventures. For more information, visit www.snapmylifeinc.com.
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