MA child-care program wins $10,000 technology award

Samsung Electronics America Inc. today announced Braintree After School Enrichment (B.A.S.E.), a child-care program in Braintree, Massachusetts, as the first winner of theSamsung’s Hope for Children Channel Award.
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Samsung Electronics America Inc. today announced Braintree After School Enrichment (B.A.S.E.), a child-care program in Braintree, Massachusetts, as the first winner of the Samsung’s Hope for Children Channel Award. They will receive $10,000 in technology from Samsung’s Enterprise Business Division.

Samsung’s Hope for Children Channel Award invites Samsung resale partners to nominate worthy local education institutions through the program’s online portal, Partner Central. Selections are then made by an executive panel and the donation is made on behalf of the selected partner.

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