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PCs donated to Boys and Girls Clubs

HP and the LeBron James Family Foundation today announced a nationwide donation of 1,000 HP computers to Boys & Girls Clubs of America.
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HP and the LeBron James Family Foundation today announced a nationwide donation of 1,000 HP computers to Boys & Girls Clubs of America in support of its education initiatives. As part of the donation, HP will outfit Boys & Girls Clubs across the United States with new HP PCs to do their homework, learn digital arts, and develop computing skills.

Through technology, Boys & Girls Clubs of America hopes to teach basic tech skills and reinforce team collaboration as well as help youth succeed academically and prepare for tomorrow’s workforce with the necessary skills to succeed.



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