|By Marketwired .||
|July 16, 2014 11:46 AM EDT||
FREDERICK, MD -- (Marketwired) -- 07/16/14 -- Global leader in innovative translation and localization solutions, Welocalize, has renewed its bronze sponsorship of leading non-profit translation charity, Translators without Borders.
Founded in 1993, Translators without Borders provides people with access to vital knowledge in their language by connecting non-profit organizations to a community of professional translators. The organization serves to build local language capacity and raise awareness about language barriers.
"We're so pleased to have Welocalize as one of our sponsors," said Rebecca Petras, program director of Translators without Borders. "Their support helps us continue to support significant projects, like responding to crises around the world and telling the world that translation matters. How helpful is information when the people who need it don't understand it? Translators without Borders makes it possible for communities to have access to crucial, life-saving information, in their own language."
More than 2,300 Translators without Borders volunteers provide educational, healthcare and disaster-relief content translation for non-profits. To date, they have delivered over 18 million words to humanitarian organizations and donated more than $3.4 million in pro bono translations.
"We pleased to continue our support for all the great work that Translators without Borders provides to non-profits around the world," said Smith Yewell, CEO, Welocalize. "The work they do vital to the global community and also it raises the value and awareness of how translation helps get essential information to people in a language they understand."
About Welocalize - Welocalize, Inc., founded in 1997, offers innovative translation and localization solutions helping global brands to grow and reach audiences around the world in more than 125 languages. Our solutions include global localization management, translation, supply chain management, people sourcing, language services and automation tools including MT, testing and staffing solutions and enterprise translation management technologies. With over 600 employees worldwide, Welocalize maintains offices in the United States, UK, Germany, Ireland, Japan and China. www.welocalize.com
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