Waxhaw, NC -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/01/2015 -- Individuals searching for a fun and easy way to learn Windows 10 can now save money on a helpful online course on Udemy, while donating to a great cause. The Isabella Santos Foundation, a Neuroblastoma foundation based out of Charlotte, NC, has announced that, thanks to the generosity of Eleven 13 Products, LLC, it will receive up to 50% of the profits from sales of the "Udemy Windows 10 – how to get it free and use it" course.
The Isabella Santos foundation, formed in memory of a young girl, Isabella, who passed away at age 7 after complications from the rare pediatric cancer, strives to unite individuals in support of a cancer-free world. Isabella's last wishes were for other children with the disease to "beat cancer, grow hair and live their dreams," which the foundation seeks to make possible through raising funds to support children's charities and Neuroblastoma research. Individuals and businesses interested in raising funds for this cause are able to participate in a variety of activities, whether buying products such as the Udemy Windows 10 course, becoming a sponsor, organizing silent auctions and raffles, or organizing/participating in 5k or 10k races and other fun runs in Charlotte, NC or across the nation.
The Udemy Course offered by Eleven 13 Products, LLC seeks to teach individuals, through 21 lessons spanning 2 hours, how to get a free update from Windows 7 or 8 to Windows 10, as well as how to use the new features of Windows 10. For every purchase of $5, the company will donate $2 to the Isabella Santos Foundation, while for every $10, the donation will be $5.
For more information on donating to the Isabella Santos Foundation by purchasing an Eleven 13 Products, LLC Udemy Windows 10 course, or to get started organizing a fundraiser of your own, visit http://www.isabellasantosfoundation.com
About Isabella Santos Foundation
The Isabella Santos Foundation was created in honor of Isabella Santos, a courageous young girl who was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma at the age of 2. Losing her battle in 2012, the Foundation stands strong in the honor and memory of not just her fight, but for many other children fighting with the disease throughout the world.
To help create awareness and raise money for Neuroblastoma research, please visit http://www.isabellasantosfoundation.com/