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This article was published on March 24, 2011


    365psd Bundle Raises Money for Japan

    365psd Bundle Raises Money for Japan
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    365psd, the site that gives away a PSD file every day, has put together a bundle to raise money for relief in Japan following the devastating earthquake and tsunami.

    The bundle costs $5 and includes 28 premium resources for designers, from UI kits to icons and backgrounds.

    Customers who purchase 365Bundle will also be entered in a giveaway draw, which includes memberships at UpThemes, the Pictos icon set, and several other prizes.

    100% of the proceeds from 365Bundle will be given to the Red Cross for use in Japan.

    The generosity of web community has been showcased in the past few weeks, with many startups, including Marketcircle and 99designs, raising money for disaster relief in Japan and New Zealand.