Built in Seattle: Avanade Is Donating Computers To Help Families In Need Stay Connected

significant percentage of underserved and low-income families across America don’t have access to a computer or are limited to one computer per household. This limits access to plenty of online resources, whether that’s online banking, job postings or online education tools.

And in a tech hub like Seattle, the difference between the haves and have-nots can be even starker. So one local tech company is trying to do its part by providing people with computers, one family at a time.

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