Dallas, Texas – Nov 09, 2005 In response to the unprecedented series of natural disasters for which the Aidmatrix Foundation is providing support, it is teaming up with the North Texas Food Bank against hunger. Aidmatrix’ CEO & President Governor Scott McCallum is being challenged by ten youth members of NTFB programs. “I’m sure these young people will teach me a thing or two about Golf. I didn’t have much time for it while I was Governor of Wisconsin, and there hasn’t been time for it since taking the helm at Aidmatrix, with Katrina, Rita, Vince, Wilma, the Pakistan earthquake, the Central American mudslides, etc., we’ve been working around the clock to help disaster and hunger victims” McCallum said.
“North Texas Food Bank has been a tremendous charity partner with us. They are a model organization, in their efficiency and execution – winning food bank of the year in 2001.” says Aidmatrix VP Melis Jones. Aidmatrix solutions are used at the North Texas Food Bank to help distribute food more efficiently and feed more hungry Texans. Aidmatrix systems also empower over 1,000 Texas based charities.
Invitation to Media
Governor McCallum and i2 Technologies CEO Michael McGrath invite the media to join the Aidmatrix Fall Classic Golf event on Friday, November 11th at 1:00pm at Bear Creek Golf Club in Dallas. Learn more about Aidmatrix – an international treasure of a charity based right here in Dallas. Learn how Aidmatrix partners with top notch regional charities like North Texas Food Bank to serve hundreds of thousands of our neighbors who are hungry and suffering right now.
“The top ten players will compete for a hole-in-one and a chance to win a 2-year lease including insurance for a BMW Z4” said Ms. Jones. “If you can’t be with us join us “virtually” by playing online at www.aidmatrix.org”. For more information call 459- 357-6456 or email [email protected] aidmatrix.org.
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About The Aidmatrix Foundation, Inc.
Aidmatrix helps charitable organizations alleviate human suffering by mobilizing resources and orchestrating the right aid for the right people at the right time. It is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit governed by a voluntary board of directors including captains of industry. Founded as a program of the i2 Foundation a half-decade ago, it mobilizes more than a billion dollars in aid annually working with more than 350 charities worldwide. It partners with corporations including i2 Technologies, Accenture, Sun Microsystems, Alcatel, Dell, EDS and others to engage employees and the public in its innovative mission. See www.aidmatrix.org for more information.