This #Ramadan, Kaspersky donates to Gulf for Good, offering a 40% discount to private users
To mark the improvements and the community support of the Ramadan tradition, Kaspersky Cybersecurity Company gives back to the community by supporting one of the most committed non-profit organisations in the Gulf. Starting from April 13, consumers who purchase the vendor’s security solutions for private users can benefit from a discount, while at the same time, the company is directing funds to Gulf for Good – the UAE-based non-profit organisation, which supports sustainable charity projects for children and promotes wellbeing through life changing experiences.
Gulf for Good’s foundations are centered around compassion, courage, community, joy and trust – reflecting one of the values of Ramadan. Kaspersky’s mission to bring the world to a safer future for everybody coincides with this vision, so apart from the charitable activity; the company is helping private users to lead their personal and business activities safely.
The vendor offers new users of Kaspersky Internet Security, Kaspersky Total Security , Kaspersky Security Cloud, Kaspersky Small Office Security a 30% discount, while those who already have the subscription can have 40% off the renewal. This special campaign will last during the Holy Month of Ramadan and will end on May 13. The discounts are available on the Kaspersky official website.
As Amir Kanaan, Managing Director for the Middle East, Turkey and Africa at Kaspersky notes, “Nowadays private companies are an inherent part of the social sector. Conscious business initiatives and campaigns are always run with an awareness of the needs of the communities, and the greatest part of Ramadan is that this month such an approach is cultivated and emphasized. We are proud to be a part of such a trend and partner with Gulf for Good for the third year in a row now, as their approach has proved to be effective in overcoming challenges that children face on their way to a happy and sustainable life.”
“Our corporate partners continue to be key facilitators in our ambitions both for specific projects and for our general sustainability and support of projects around the world,” Anne Edmondson, Gulf for Good Chairwoman, added. “This initiative through Kaspersky will allow a greater number of people to engage with our projects which help thousands of children around the world each year, and we are incredibly grateful for this support.”