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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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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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Secondary Learning Center/Renton School District

Our school has a computer technology class that teaches students to be computer and network technicians. We upgrade, repair, configure and install computers as part of our class work. Our students hopefully leave the class with CompTIA A+ certification and are employable when they gra
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Carroll Center for the Blind

The Carroll Center serves the needs of blind and visually–impaired persons by providing rehabilitation, skills training, and educational opportunities to achieve independence, self–sufficiency, and self–fulfillment and by educating the public regarding the potential of persons who are
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The Children’s Center for Communication

Computers of all types continue to be a great equalizer in the education, employment and personal lives of people who are hard of hearing or deaf. Computers allow for home-based education when local resources are insufficient to meet the student’s needs. Help connect these children to
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