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Children affected by Hurricane Sandy need your help!

The I.T. Gives Hope Foundation needs donations to assist schools to replace computer equipment destroyed by Hurricane Sandy.

Nov. 19, 2012 - PRLog -- East Hanover, NJ, November 19, 2012:  The I.T. Gives Hope Foundation Nonprofit organization that provides computer equipment to schools and youth groups without an I.T. budget as well as assistance to children who are affected by disasters.

Unfortunately, after Hurricane Sandy, we have both schools and children that need your help.  Hurricane Sandy destroyed computers in many classrooms, public buildings, and homes on the East Coast.  Their I.T. equipment needs to be replaced so children can get back to a normal lifestyle again.  The I.T. Gives Hope Foundation is looking for your donation to help the children.  Please visit our web site at www.itgiveshope.org (http://www.itgiveshope.org) to donate.

About the I.T. Gives Hope Foundation

I.T. Gives Hope Foundation, founded in 2011,  is a 501(C)3 pending Nonprofit organization dedicated to provide computers and other technology to students, schools, and organizations that do not have the funds to offer children the benefits of technology to enhance learning.  It is our goal to help foster the best educational experience for all children by providing multimedia resources such as computers, tablets, printers, software, interactive whiteboards, and other equipment.

The Executive Director of The I.T. Gives Hope Foundation, Joseph Canzonieri, is available for interviews about the foundation.

Contact: Joseph Canzonieri, Executive Director


(973) 428-1957 (office)

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