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Refuge and Restoration partners with PCs for People, MiTek, SEFCA, and NPower to bridge the digital divide in the community.\ \ Dellwood, MO: Refuge and Restoration will partner with PCs for People (PC4P), Southeast Ferguson Community Association (SEFCA), and NPower with the support of MiTek to bridge the digital divide for families in the Dellwood/Ferguson community and surrounding area. This partnership will equip low-income households with access to affordable technology (desktops, laptops, and mobile hotspots). As a national leader of digital inclusion, PCs for People sources, refurbishes, redistributes, educates, and supports families with the tools and resources needed to achieve digital equity. \ \ As avid community champions in the Dellwood/Ferguson area, Refuge and Restoration, NPower, and SEFCA staff have partnered with PCs for People to bring a pop-up technology-distribution event to the greater St. Louis area. This effort was made possible and is sponsored by Chesterfield-based MiTek, a global leader in building construction innovation. \ \ Registration for the computer and mobile internet deployment will take place in person at the future home of Refuge and Restoration, 10148 West Florissant Ave., 63136 (next to the Dellwood Recreation Center), on Wednesday, September 15, 2021 from 3:30-6:30 p.m. Qualifying households will return to the same location to pick up the technology on October 9, 2021 from 11 a.m.-3 p.m.\ \ Qualifying households are 200% below the federal poverty line or receive some form of government assistance such as:\ ● National School Lunch Program (free and reduced lunch)\ ● An active food stamps account\ ● School schedules impacted by COVID-19 (hybrid or virtual learning)\ ● 2020 Federal Tax Return\ ● Veteran benefits \ For more information on eligibility, please visit www.pcsforpeople.org/eligibility.\ \ The PCs for People technology offerings:\ ● Laptops - i3 to i7 core processors, while supplies last \ ● Desktops - i3 to i5 core pro
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