Daith Jewelers, which was the first major online retailer to get its own mobile app, was shut down on Wednesday after raising more than 100,000 dollars for charity.

The company said it was “deeply saddened” by the shutdown.

Daith said it had raised more $5 million to support a program in Ghana that is trying to combat AIDS.

“We will continue to fight for this lifesaving mission,” the company said.

The website, which has more than 60,000 members and was founded in 2003, had been offline for almost three months. “

As our business continues to grow, our focus has shifted to expanding our operations and increasing our philanthropic impact.”

The website, which has more than 60,000 members and was founded in 2003, had been offline for almost three months.

After raising $1 million for the HIV Foundation in January, Daith was able to expand to more than 1 million members and the app quickly became one of the most popular in Africa.

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