Boost charity by “boosting” some great software

Written by: Adam Christianson

Categories: News

MacHeist Kicks Off “The Week of the Independent Mac Developer” with Bundle Sale
I don’t know about you, but I am a huge fan of MacHeist. If you don’t know what it is then you can find articles all over the internet about it. However, this week and this week only, they will be selling a wonderful bundle of apps for $50. And the best part is 25% of the proceeds will go to a charity of your choice. The apps you will get are: Delicious Library, Boinx’s FotoMagico, DEVONthink Personal, ShapeShifter, RapidWeaver, iClip 4, Disco and a Pangea game of the your choice. The charities you can give to are: The United Way, Direct Relief International, AIDS Research Alliance,, The Nature Conservancy, the World Wildlife Fund, The Hunger Project and Save the Children. Best of all, if $50,000 is raised then you get NewsFire and if $100,000 is raised you will get TextMate. This is a great chance to buy some great shareware for a discount that goes to a great cause.

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  1. Jeff Basnett | Dec 12 2006 - 07:11

    I think every Mac enthusiast should take part in this deal. Great software and a great cause…..

  2. Mo | Dec 17 2006 - 01:12

    Seems like it may be good for charities, but not so much for Mac developers,

    Anyway, it is great fun!