19 Oct '12, 8pm

Rook Media and The Water School Bring Crowd Sourced Philanthropy to Domain Parking

Rook Media and The Water School Bring Crowd Sourced Philanthropy to Domain Parking

Martin Andersson, who serves as Rook Media's Chief Strategy Officer, said, "It literally takes only a handful of clicks to guarantee someone access to clean water for life . The $10 that we’d spend on a drink could change someone’s life dramatically. Domainers, our partners, are already some of the most generous people that we know, and we’re proud to work together with them and Water School to make clean water a reality for more and more families." Water School Executive Director and veteran domain investor Richard Lau added "Rook Media is a valued partner of The Water School and, being in the domain industry first-hand, I would recommend their services to anyone. Also, being involved with The Water School, I want to say how excited we are to welcome the crowd-sourced philanthropy that Rook is integrating directly into their parking platform .”

Full article: http://www.dnjournal.com/archive/lowdown/2012/dailyposts/...

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