I was just wondering - is that a _registered_ charity - for tax purposes
I can't find a reference to it.... it might be useful for you to include
the registered charity number on the website - for confidence in those
Rory McCann wrote:
> Irish Linux Users,
>> I am part of a new Irish charity called Camara (http://www.camara.ie).
> Camara was set up to send computers to educational institutions in
> Africa. This June we will be sending about 100 computers to schools
> in Ethiopia, as well as 12 volunteers (myself included) to teach them
> how to use them.
>> All our machines have Linux installed on them, for obvious reasons :)
>> However going to Ethiopia is not cheap, flights and injections will
> cost a lot. We'd very much appreciate financial donations, we have all
> the machines we need for the moment. So if you'd like to help Africa
> join the world wide web, or want to see Linux (and all that it
> represents) being spread to new countries, please visit
>http://www.camara.ie/help.htm to make a donation via PayPal.
> Please donate as much as you can.
>> Ireland has a history of being charitable, this is a chance to be
> charitable about Linux, Open Source and technology.
>> Thanks in advance
>> Rory McCann
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