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InterConnection Awards 100 Computers to 12 Deserving Nonprofit Organizations

Wednesday, September 02, 2015   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Anne Piacentino
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Source: InterConnection

Every quarter InterConnection awards Computer Grants to nonprofit organizations around the country. InterConnection looks for organizations that have proven they deliver necessary and valuable services to underserved communities like technology training, health care, education and job training. These organizations must also be in need of computer upgrades imperative to better manage their organization and improve their capacity to deliver these valuable services.

For our last Nonprofit Computer Grant Application Deadline on June 1st, InterConnection received over 100 applications from nonprofit organizations across the United States. The grant committee reviewed each application carefully and based their decisions on the following criteria:

40% - Impact and Reach
20% - Technological Capacity of the Grantee
25% - Ability to Execute, Financial Capacity and Plan for Sustainability
15% - Organizational Need

Of the 100 organizations that applied 12 organizations were chosen as grant recipients and will be awarded computers. We would like to congratulate the following organizations on being chosen as our 2015 3rd Quarter Nonprofit Computer Grant Recipients:

• Bronx Clergy Criminal Justice Roundtable: Bronx, New York
• Center for Human Services: Shoreline, Washington
• Code for Humanity: Mercer Island, Washington (and Nosy Be, Madagascar)
• Communities in Schools of Philadelphia: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
• Family and Community Resources: Brockton, Massachusetts
• Housing Families: Malden, Massachusetts
• Lifeline Connections: Vancouver, Washington
• Mount Calvary Herman Street Community Development Corporation: Nashville, Tennessee
• Spirit Peer Empowerment Center: Grass Valley, California
• United Youth of New Jersey: Elizabeth, New Jersey
• Veterans Coalition of North Central Texas: Cedar Hill, Texas
• Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation: Bethel, Alaska

All of these organizations have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to making their community a better place to live. InterConnection will divide 100 computers amongst the 12 organizations based on need.



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