The Public Interest Registry (PIR), ORG will also be supporting this charity by matching all the funds donated by GoDaddy.com. This will raise a total of $100,000 for Victory Junction.
The Victory Junction foundation accepted last year $50,000 in donation thanks to GoDaddy.com. Which means that the company was able to donate the maximum amount that it has set as a limit. 20 campers had the opportunity to participate in a 2011 summer camp session at Victory Junction thanks to this donation.
“Once again, Go Daddy has raised the bar by being a socially conscious corporate leader and giving NASCAR’s loyal fan base an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of children. Go Daddy gets things done and really does make a difference with their charity work.” said the co-founder of Victory Junction and former NASCAR driver, Kyle Petty.
In 2012, 40 summer campers will be able to enter the Victory Junction’s gates for the experience of a lifetime free of cost, thanks to the renewal of this campaign with GoDaddy.com and the extra support by .ORG which will provide a total of $100,000 in donations.
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