VIRGINIA BEACH, Va., March 28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Customer Magnetism, a leading SEO service provider, announced that it would be doubling its financial support for Orphan Helpers this year. A nonprofit group serving disadvantaged children in Central America, Orphan Helpers provides on the ground services in El Salvador, Honduras, and Panama. The organization works hand in hand with children who have been abused, neglected, and incarcerated to provide them with a vital second chance.
Customer Magnetism recently celebrated a year of monthly donations to Orphan Helpers. On March 21st, the internet marketing agency's executive staff attended a benefit cruise for the organization in Norfolk. At the event, the company renewed its pledge to continue monthly support, offering twice what it had given over the past year.
"Orphan Helpers has brought new hope to thousands of children who need it most. Customer Magnetism is proud to help such a powerful force for good in Central America," said Kurt Noer, Founder and CEO of Customer Magnetism. "While there are a number of various non-profits that we support periodically, this is currently the only organization that we support on a month-to-month basis."
The nonprofit group provides a wide range of services for children in need. Through partnerships with local organizations, mission trips, and on-the-ground programs, Orphan Helpers reaches out to children and adolescents and helps guide them to empowerment. The nonprofit helps children on every level, encouraging spiritual, emotional, and educational development. To learn more, visit http://orphanhelpers.org/
About Customer Magnetism: Customer Magnetism (http://www.customermagnetism.com) provides search engine optimization, pay per click management, web development, social media management, and other internet marketing services to clients worldwide. Customer Magnetism emphasizes effective and ethical techniques that get results, and has consistently been recognized by industry publications as a leading SEO company.
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