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With a commitment to providing the best, most advanced technology and innovations, we partner with national nonprofit organizations that share our values. We work together to find common solutions that move our shared communities forward, with a focus on expanding and improving technology access and education. To learn more, view our Corporate Responsibility Report.

Boys & Girls Clubs of America

Boys & Girls Clubs of America

We've supported local Boys & Girls Clubs for over a decade, providing more than $100 million in cash and in-kind donations. The focus of our partnership is My.Future, a cutting-edge technology education program aimed at helping children discover what they can achieve with technology. Through the program, participants have the opportunity to develop digital skills that can be used in today's professional world, including coding, robotics, video editing, game design, and more.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of America

Big Brothers Big Sisters of America

We support Big Brothers Big Sisters in many different ways, from sponsoring key events and airing public service announcements, to providing board leadership and more. We're also the leading participant of the Beyond School Walls program. Through this innovative initiative, we bring volunteerism into the workplace by matching our employees with students from local schools in cities across the country for one-to-one mentoring relationships.

City Year

City Year

We team up with City Year to provide support for AmeriCorps members to serve as tutors, mentors and role models in at-risk schools to address the nation's dropout crisis. We also invest in City Year AmeriCorps members' futures by hosting annual career days to strengthen career skills and help corps members find job opportunities after their year of service.

Easterseals

Easterseals

We partner with Easterseals to expand assistive technology for people with disabilities, benefitting children and adults, including veterans living with developmental disabilities. Assistive technologies can vary from braille-equipped handheld computer systems and voice command telephones to height adjusted tables and augmentative communication systems – all helping individuals with disabilities to overcome barriers in the home, on the job, at school or on the go.

The Arc

The Arc

We work with The Arc to build bridges to community participation for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Through our support of local learning labs, we're fostering digital literacy skills that promote independence and create opportunities.

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