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education

Heroes Deserve Help

Heroes Deserve Help is working with Veteran Organizations and College Resource Centers in Southern California that assist Veterans with programs that include reintegration and training into the civilian job marketplace.
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Covenant House New York

Covenant House New York offers a variety of services to homeless and at-risk youth.
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YUCA Arts

YUCA Arts provides a certificate based educational program designed for teenagers and young adults which incorporates traditional graphic design theory with modern computer graphics training.
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Kramden Institute, Inc.

Kramden Institute provides technology tools and training to bridge the Digital Divide. Kramden has awarded more than 24,000 computers to deserving students across 78 of North Carolina’s 100 counties.
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Computers for Classrooms

Computers for Classrooms was started in 1991 as a volunteer program to refurbish donated computers for schools. Now CFC can serve schools, college students, senior citizens, low income families, and non-profits.
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Outlook Foundation

The Outlook Foundation re-purposes computers and gives them to children in need, helping ensure all children have the same opportunities in education; to siblings in foster care and military personnel being deployed to help bridge the communication gap with their families that they wo
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ComputerCorps

ComputerCorps is an internationally recognized 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization dedicated to providing access to computer technology and skills training for under-served families, while eliminating electronic scrap from our nation’s landfills.
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CitiWide Computer Training Center

CitiWide’s goal is to improve and foster employment opportunities for low-income families in Washington, D.C.  Since 1993, they have trained and provided services to over 15,500 individuals.
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FLOC For Love of Children

For Love of Children (FLOC) is a community-based nonprofit organization that has worked with high-risk children and teens in Washington, DC since 1965.
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Lexington Vocational Services Center, Inc.

The Lexington Vocational Services Center seeks to maximize the potential of adults who are deaf, through employment. Deafness is the most prevalent yet least understood of all major disabling conditions.
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