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CTG Tech Donates Computers to Local Non-Profit Organization

CTG Tech announced the continuation of dedicated investments in the community by donating computers and accessories to Mission/Bridges, a local non-profit.

ARLINGTON, 11/03/2020 / Story.KISSPR.com /

Mission/Bridges is focused on bridging the gap for veterans, women, minorities, and ex-offenders by helping them realize the possibilities of success with entrepreneurship and small business endeavors. Mission/Bridges equips clients with the necessary tools to begin their own businesses by providing classes, workshops, networking opportunities, and more. The devices donated by CTG Tech will enhance Mission/Bridges entrepreneurial training programs, accelerate routine office duties, yearly agency programs, and expand services to their clients. CTG Tech will provide ongoing, monthly donations of computers and accessories to Mission/Bridges as part of a long-term relationship.

CTG Tech is a local managed service provider that leverages technology to support businesses. They deliver top-tier technology consulting, support, services, and maintenance using cost-effective approaches that help their clients maximize productivity & profitability.

“It can be costly for non-profit organizations like Mission/Bridges to try to supply technology for their services. COVID-19 has proven the importance of technology to businesses, as well as staying connected to each other “said Patrick Welch, CEO/Owner of CTG Tech. “Our strongest value here at CTG Tech is that we strive to help others, especially when the opportunity arises to help our community.”

If you would like to help, CTG Tech is accepting donations of functioning desktops, monitors, mice, and keyboards. They will refurbish these devices and deliver them directly to Mission/Bridges. Contact CTG Tech at 817-557-4091 for more information.

“It is a blessing to receive these impactful donations from CTG Tech,” said CeeCee Evans, Executive Director at Mission/Bridges. “They have provided us with the opportunity to expand our educational programs in a way that makes learning interactive and engaging for our future entrepreneurs. We are grateful for the support and commitment CTG Tech makes to Mission/Bridges and to our community.”

Mission/Bridges looking for more volunteers willing to teach classes on business topics, and also accepts financial donations. Contact Mission/Bridges at 469-324-9233 for more information.

WWW.MISSIONBRIDGES.ORG


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source: WWW.MISSIONBRIDGES.ORG

Social Media Tags:NONPROFIT, ENTREPRENEUR, SMALL BUSINESS, WOMEN, MINORITY, VETERANS, EX0FFENDERS

Source: Story.KISSPR.com

Release ID: 14403

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