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National Cristina Foundation

The National Cristina Foundation provides computer technology and solutions to give people with disabilities, students at risk and economically disadvantaged persons the opportunity, through training, to lead more independent and productive lives.

Every day, across America and around the world, National Cristina Foundation is working to ensure that used computer technology resources that no longer meet an enterprise's or an individual's needs are given a second productive life as a tool for developing human potential.

The Foundation encourages corporations and individuals to donate their surplus and used computers, software, peripherals and related business technology wherever this equipment is located. With the help of their online donation process, they can help a pre-screened partner network of charities, schools and public agencies get these important tools to support activities in thousands of training or educational settings.

Since the early 1980s, without charging a fee for its work or technology, the National Cristina Foundation has been a conduit of hope. With the help of corporations, individual donors, volunteers, and practitioners, we are participating in building, in coordination with their partners, community based solutions to make a significant difference for millions of people in need. The Cristina Global Partner Network is dedicated to this joint effort and to the strong conviction that human capital and technology resources are too valuable to waste.

The National Cristina Foundation and their grassroots partners are bound by the collective belief that technology reuse helps Link Life to its Promise. This is a remarkable opportunity for in-kind hardware donations in support of BDPA chapters around the nation.

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