How easy is it to do home work on a cell phone? It is not easy! That is why TechCharities is committed to helping every student get a laptop for their school work.
Over the past several years, TechCharities has provided over 2500 laptops to students. Many of the students are BYU Pathway students in Utah, Africa, and Pacific Islands.
This has been possible because of a partnership with other non profit agencies and individuals that have helped to fund and distribute the laptops.
BYU Pathway Students in Calabar, Uyo, and Akwaibom meet at the Nigeria Calabar Stake April 3, 2023 to receive laptops.
The laptops were provided to these students because of the efforts of TechCharities and additional funding and leadership of The Lord’s Hands, an African based NGO.
Hats off to the staff at TechCharities.org for their long hours and volunteering efforts to find, refurbish, and ship all the laptops at minimal and subsidized cost. Every computer in the hands of these students is the result of many agencies working together.
Two of the main non profit agencies that have provided leadership and funding are The Lord’s Hands and Help Start Education Foundation.
The Lord’s Hands is managed by Steve Kapila and David Rupper.
Help Start Education Foundation is managed by Brent Evans with the help of Stephen Abu in Ghana.