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Adobe gets behind Gift for Life

Adobe gets behind Gift for Life

Adobe is using a new licensing promotion to support Tear Fund’s charitable cause Gift for Life.

Until 26 November, Adobe will donate $5 of any Adobe upgrade plan worth at least $50 that is made to Adobe licensing through distributor Express Data. As well, Express Data is also helping with the campaign, by using its website as a facility for donations.

Tear Fund produces the Gift for Life catalogue to offer practical gifts to those in need internationally. The gifts include books, immunisations, animals, training, equipment and irrigation systems.

Adobe says it is encouraging customers to use the Express Data site to choose the gifts they would like the charitable contributions to be used for.


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