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    Tribute to BYU Pathway Volunteers

    Lorri is an instructor for BYU Pathway students in Uganda.   The students  think she is simply the best. And rightfully so. Each Thursday morning, she gets online from her home in Utah to help them with their assignments.  Recently, she went the third mile to help each of them get a computer. Have you ever tried to ship anything from Utah to Uganda?  It is not easy. Lorri used a lot of her own money and many others also helped. It was a team effort. Lorri is one of many volunteers who is serving without pay to help BYU Pathway students.    TechCharities shipped three boxes of computers to her…

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    National Christina Foundation – Closing the Gap: Part II

    The supply of good used computers is what we need most. We have great technicians, volunteers, and a long line of deserving people who need computers. Supply is the constraint. Last November, the National Christina Foundation arranged a large donation from a local company. It was a gift.    Click here to read about the donation last November 45 Laptops 271 Desktops 547 Monitors Moving the computers  was just the beginning. We placed a number on every computer.   The serial number of every hard drive was scanned and cataloged. And the data from each hard drive was then erased using Department of Defence standards or its equivalent. Next the…

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    Thanks to National Cristina Foundation and a Generous Donor

    It is amazing. It happens over and over. Just when we think we will run out of computers, someone makes a donation just in time.  And, it happened again. The National Cristina Foundation called and said that they had a very generous offer from a nearby company that was willing to donate their computers and monitors. Would we be interested? Of course!  The demand for computers has been extraordinary because of Covid  19 and our distribution has nearly tripled the last few months.  Again, the offer was just in time. We rented a U-Haul, called a few friends, and spend the day loading a new supply of computers for the…