ROANOKE, Va. and ATLANTA, Ga., October 18, 2022 — KlariVis, a fast-growing enterprise dashboard and analytics solution for the financial industry, and York Public Relations, a global fintech PR firm, have launched a fundraiser to support those in Florida impacted by Hurricane Ian.

From now until November 11, for every person who posts a selfie with their favorite FinTech swag item and uses the hashtag #FinTechsForFlorida, the tagged participating FinTech will donate to the Volunteer Florida Foundation’s Florida Disaster Fund, up to the total donation amount set by that FinTech.

One hundred percent of the donations will be distributed to service organizations aiding with disaster response and recovery in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian. Donations to the Florida Disaster Fund are made to the Volunteer Florida Foundation, a 509(a)(3) Type I charitable organization (EIN# 01-0973168), and are tax-deductible. All administrative and credit card fees have been waived so that 100% of every donation can be used to help Floridians recover.

“As a FinTech that partners with community financial institutions across the country, it is our responsibility to come together in their times of need,” said Kim Snyder, CEO of KlariVis. “Through this initiative, we hope to not only support these institutions, but also the communities they serve and their customers. Together, we can make a difference.”

“Thousands of individuals and small businesses across Florida have been impacted by Hurricane Ian,” said Mary York, CEO of York Public Relations. “In response, we are teaming up with our FinTech partners and friends to help raise funds for emergency relief and long-term recovery efforts. While we encourage our partners to join this effort, we also invite the broader FinTech community. With more participation, we can raise greater awareness and make a bigger impact.”

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