TXAD Internet Hosts 'IMAHelps' Website

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January 28, 2014 by   - () Leave a Comment

TXAD Internet is now hosting the IMAHelps website and is helping the nonprofit group with technical support to keep its website current.

“We are grateful to TXAD Internet for hosting our website and providing us with online technical support that we cannot afford to pay for on our own,” said Ines Allen, IMAHelps president and founder, in a press release. “For the first time in the 14-year history of our organization we are now able to keep our website current and up to date with the latest information about our medical humanitarian missions.”

Founded in 2000, IMAHelps is staffed entirely by volunteers who donate their time and talents on medical missions in the U.S. and around the world.

TXAD Internet is a subsidiary of Texas Advertising along with Crowley, Texas-based AGS Publishing, which has also been donating funds to IMAHelps for the past two years as part of its AGS Cares Program to help worthwhile charities that are making a difference in people’s lives.

“The good Lord has really blessed our companies and it is humbling to know that we are a small part of the significant work that wonderful organizations like IMAHelps provide,” said Brian Schaeffer, president of Texas Advertising.

IMAHelps is organizing medical humanitarian missions this year to India, El Salvador, Nicaragua and Mexico.

“2014 is going to be our biggest year ever for medical humanitarian missions,” Allen said.

Rancho Mirage, Calif.-based IMAHelps is run entirely by volunteers, who pay their own round-trip airfares as well as most of their food and lodging costs while serving on the medical missions. Donations can be made through

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