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Cell Spy Online Donates to Conservation International and International Medical Corps

Draper, UT, February 14, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Cell Spy Online, an emerging technology company, is donating part of their profits to Conservation International and International Medical Corps, company officials said yesterday.

“We were launched to help protect families,” Joanne, a company spokesman said. “Now we want to help protect the world by supporting two organizations that really make a difference.”

Cell Spy Online sells cell phone applications that allow people to monitor the cell phones of their family members and employees. People can keep tabs on their children to make sure they aren't getting into trouble, ensure their spouse is not cheating on them or know what their employees are up to.

“We are all about protection and security, so we decided to find out what we could do to promote security and protection around the world,” Joanne said. “We looked through the Forbes Magazine list of charities and were really struck by these two charities – particularly by Harrison Ford’s call to promote conservation as a way to promote world peace.”

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Conservation International was founded in 1987 with the goal of transforming the idea of conservation. Instead of preserving certain historical areas as relics, they find ways to make conservation a profitable part of the business plans of international corporations. They hope to create a system where communities work in harmony with nature.

“Conservation International has given us the chance to donate to protect approximately 7 acres of forest and we will continue to support them,” Joanne said. “Given that forest protection is a major United Nations initiative this year, it makes sense to us.”

International Medical Corps was set up in 1984 in response to the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. During the invasion all but 200 of the nation's doctors were executed, thrown in prison or had fled to exile. The country needed doctors, but the political climate would not allow foreign medical professionals into the nation.

International Medical Corps decided to move to the Pakistani border and trained native Afghans to become medics. When they finished their training they were given the equipment they needed to go back to their local villages and set up their own clinics. By 1990, International Medical Corps had trained enough Afghan medics to take care of 50,000 patients per month.

Now they are routinely the first responders to emergencies around the world, including famine in Somalia, ethnic cleansing in Bosnia, the Rwandan genocide and last year’s devastating earthquake in Haiti.

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Contact Information:
Cell Spy Online
Joanne Wilson
1-866-389-3874
cellspy4@gmail.com
www.cellspyonline.com

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