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Hurricane Irene swept up the Eastern seaboard this past weekend, and while damages could have been much worse, there remains widespread flooding and destruction from the Carolinas up through New England.
Vermont-based IGG Software announced today that 100% of sales revenue generated on Monday, August 29 will be donated to Vermont relief programs. Sales at both IGG's online store and the Mac App Store will count toward the total. In addition, IGG will double that amount with a matching contribution of its own.
In a press release, IGG president Ian Gillespie said, "IGG is a part of the Vermont community, and our community has suffered tremendous damage and loss. We’ve been given so much by Vermont, and now we’re fortunate to be able to give back."
IGG’s software lineup includes iBank 4 ($59.99), the popular Mac-only personal finance program; iBiz 4 ($39.99), a small business solution for time-tracking and invoicing; and iBiz Professional ($99.99), a networkable package for teams in which multiple users generate billable hours.
If you were considering purchasing this software already, or if the apps sound like something that you could use, there might not be a better time to click that "buy now" button.
For more information, visit the IGG website.