New York, NY, March 05, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- MicroAgility is proud to sponsor an annual Dine for Humanity charity dinner benefiting the disaster response and human development programs of Humanity First USA. The dinner will take place on March 11th, 2010 at Crown Plaza Hotel (near LaGuardia Airport of New York).
The event will highlight the efforts carried out by Humanity First throughout the world especially in the recently quake hit Haiti. The event will also render the needs of joining hands to help the suffering humanity.
Sajid Khan, President of MicroAgility, offered his good wishes for the efforts extended by Humanity First and warmly acknowledged their achievements. “MicroAgility greatly acknowledges the noble objectives of Humanity First of aiming to relieve suffering caused by natural disaster and human conflict, promote peace and understanding, and strengthen people’s capacity to help themselves since 1995. Registered in 30 countries across 6 continents, Humanity First is a rapidly growing organization and keen to expand its efforts and network to serve disaster struck and socially disadvantaged individuals and families. Their efforts are remarkable and their achievements are priceless.”
As a a boutique management and IT consulting company, MicroAgility not only serves the leading organizations in private and public sector, but has always been vibrant to fulfill its social responsibilities. MicroAgility believes in returning back to the society all the good that comes from the society. (http://www.microagility.com)
About Humanity First:
Humanity First serves communities worldwide through various projects by driving fundraising activities, engaging volunteers from local communities and our donor base, and partnering with other organizations with similar humanitarian service goals. Humanity First is a volunteer based operating organization whose board of directors, management team, and project staff running the day-to-day operations are all unpaid volunteers with diverse professional backgrounds... read more at http://humanityfirst.org/.