Bill Menees

Bill Menees is a prolific charityware developer with range of great products. He has created several nice programming tools, an RPN calculator, and even an interesting Babylon 5 game. All of his products are charityware and he only asks that you donate $5 to the charity of your choice.

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If you wish to say thank you to this developer, you may "pay it forward" in the following way:

Bill Menees only asks that you donate $5 to the charity of your choice.

On 4 April, 2010 - 18:02, A Charitable Contributor wrote:

I donated $15 to a beggar

On 1 February, 2011 - 21:12, A Charitable Contributor wrote:

I donated 20Euro to Amnesty

On 4 September, 2012 - 20:28, Mike wrote:

I donate $5 to UNICEF

On 30 December, 2017 - 16:35, A Charitable Contributor wrote:

I Donated $5 to WW Fund for Nature

Thanks for this nice program RPNCalc V3

On 17 May, 2009 - 14:17, salim zwawi wrote:

I donated 10$ to children cancer vicitms

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