MegaSys Christmas Charity Event In Support Of BC & Alberta Guide Dog Services A Huge Success

Every Christmas MegaSys holds a fund-raiser in support of BC & Alberta Guide Dog Services, an organization that provides young people aged 13-18 with the opportunity to be partnered with professionally trained guide dogs free of charge. This year the 17th Annual MegaSys Christmas Charity Raffle raised over $1900, an amount that MegaSys will match dollar-for-dollar, to help pay for the education and training of this year’s sponsored puppy, Hero.

MegaSys would like to thank all of our generous vendors and partners for providing many of the items that were raffled off at this recent event:

1111 Properties
A K Brown Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Ltd.
Apple Cleaning Supplies Ltd.
Aussie Rules
Brand Alliance
Butterfield Acres Farm
Calaway Park
Calgary Flames
Canada Brokerlink Inc.
Dentons Canada LLP
Fairfield Watson & Lewis Inc.
Four Season’s Enterprises Inc.
Heritage Park
Main Dish/Fit Kitchen
Market Mall
Nut Man
OneSource Facility Services Inc.
Planet Coffee
Royal Tyrell Museum
Terra Industrial Corporation
World Health Club

We’d like to extend a heartfelt thank-you to everyone who played a part in supporting this wonderful charity. To find out more about the BC & Alberta Guide Dog Services, you can visit their website here.

About MegaSys

MegaSys Computer Technologies is a major supplier of advanced Network Management Systems for the telecommunications market based on its flagship product Telenium. MegaSys has developed the most powerful and flexible network management system available, designed on an intelligent, high performance, object oriented database that provides unsurpassed processing, network management and database growth. Earning a reputation as a world-class performer in network management, MegaSys has delivered Telenium solutions across North America, Asia-Pacific and Europe. MegaSys customers include wireless and broadband carriers, CLECs, IXCs, cable companies, private utilities and state agencies, ranging in size from small regional networks to large national networks. Additional information is available at