Children and Youth Funding Report

High-Tech Foundation Donations Help Students, Community Groups

The Nat'l Cristina Foundation (NCF) directs donations of used computer equipment to nonprofit organizations, schools and public agencies throughout the United States. These organizations train people with disabilities, students at risk and economically disadvantaged persons to lead more independent and productive lives. Deadline: Rolling. Since the early 1980s, the Greenwich, CT-based, organization has helped bridge the gap among corporations and community organizations and public agencies that train people with special needs. The organization works to ensure used computer technology resources are given a second productive life.  NCF does not charge for its services, although donors may be asked to cover shipping costs. It does not donate computers to individuals. NCF targets donations of used computer equipment to organizations that will use the equipment...

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