When we learned that High Point LEAP was holding a ceremony for their summer camp literacy graduation, we saw an opportunity to help more kids within the community. High Point LEAP, which stands for literacy empower all people, is on mission to help students graduate on time by working to increase literacy rates in the community.
We partnered with Paul Lessard and a silent donor in order to donate 70 laptops to the children who participated in LEAP’s program graduation as a reminder that their community believes in them. “If we give them a safe browsing environment and a safe way to access the unlimited information that our 21st century tools bring us… then we can truly open doors to their potential as individuals and create a brighter future for our communities”, Adrian explains on Fox 8 news.
The event not only raised awareness for Technology for the Future within the community, but it also gave people exposure to the opportunity for purpose companies, such as Technology for the Future and LEAP have to offer for their local communities.
The newsreel depicts the excitement of the kids at the ceremony, as they hold the new devices Technology for the Future donated with the help of Paul Lessard and the silence donor. Thank you to everyone who made this even possible!