Anderson Center for Autism gets donation of a hundred com

STAATSBURG, N.Y. — The Anderson Center for Autism says a donation of a hundred computers from the 109th Airlift Wing and Department of Defense’s Computers for Learning program has allowed the nonprofit to replace some of its older era.

The application provides equipment to colleges and educational nonprofit organizations serving grades pre-K thru 12 and lets in for the switch of extra and surplus equipment.

The donation became coordinated utilizing a parent of an Anderson Center for Autism student. It could have been repurposed or destroyed had it not been for the donation software.

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Programs like Computers for Learning offer vital sources to the Anderson Center and allow the ACA to work closer to optimizing the great existence of those it serves.


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