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SOURCE: Dundas Data Visualization
Dundas Data Visualization is proud to announce the results of the various Holiday Charity activities they have taken part in over the winter months.
Toronto (PRWEB) December 12, 2012
In addition to raising a considerable charitable sum to combat prostate cancer while growing some upper-lip hair on behalf of Movember, the Dundas Dash-staches finished within the Top 2% Worldwide! Adding to the holiday cheer, Dundas also hosted their annual Toy Drive in December which saw the company donate over 100 items to the Children’s Aid Society of Toronto.
“For all the great work that we do behind closed doors at Dundas, it’s important that we make sure that we’re contributing at an equal rate to our neighborhood and community” explained Jon Hazell, Dundas Community Outreach Coordinator. Added Jon, “Dundas is looking forward to continuing its charitable endeavors through the end of 2012 and the first stretch of 2013 with our Ride for Heart and upcoming Ottawa Marathon.”
As part of their upcoming community outreach activities, Dundas has entered a team to participate in both the Becel 75 kilometer Ride for Heart as well the 42.2 kilometer (21.1 mile) Ottawa Marathon. The Dundas team will work diligently towards building the donation sum as the race approaches through both typical means as well as several exciting fundraising activities they have planned.
Movember aims to forever change the face of men's health through the power of the moustache by raising awareness and funds for men's health issues, specifically prostate cancer and male mental health. Since its inception in 2003, over 2 million participants have raised almost $300 M for its causes, with official Movember campaigns taking place in 21 countries. For more information please visit http://www.movember.com or @MovemberCA. Movember is a registered charity in Canada - BN 848215604 RR0001.
About Prostate Cancer Canada
Prostate Cancer Canada raises funds for the development of programs related to awareness and public education, advocacy, support of those affected, and research into the prevention, detection, treatment and cure of prostate cancer. For more information visit http://www.prostatecancer.ca or check our Twitter account at @ProstateCancerC or Facebook at Prostate Cancer Canada.
About Canadian Male Health Network
Canadian Male Health Network (CMHN) is a Movember Foundation initiative that was created to address critical male health issues today and in the future. The CMHN brings together some of the top scientific and medical professionals from across the country to collaborate on identifying and addressing male health issues. The first initiative of this network is male mental health. For more information please visit -- http://www.movember.com.
Founded in 1992 in Toronto, Ontario, Dundas Data Visualization has been an industry leader in innovative technologies for years. With over 20 years of experience, Dundas is focused on creating smart, fact-based data visualizations that can are accessible at all levels of your organization. Currently on Version 4, Dundas has continued to stay ahead of the pack in data visualization by adding innovative features and improved functionality with each release. Dundas Data Visualization has been a proud recipient of Microsoft’s TechEd Award, Software Magazine’s Software 500, the Branham 300 Award and the SD Times 100, among others.
Dundas Connect offers a partner program that provides companies with the opportunity to strengthen business and gain new revenue opportunities with our unique technology. The Connect program is for software resellers and solution providers of all sorts who are looking to provide unique, flexible technology that expands and improves their portfolio of products. The Connect Partner Program engagement options include Value Added Reseller, OEM, SaaS and Referral partnerships.
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