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East Coast Migrant Head Start Project receives a donation from PNC

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East Coast Migrant Head Start Project
East Coast Migrant Head Start Project
East Coast Migrant Head Start Project is a non-profit organization serving nearly 3,000 children of farmworkers in 10 states in the country, including North Carolina, where we serve more than 360 families.

Today, May 19, the PNC Foundation visited the Faison Educational Campus in N.C. to deliver 18 iPads.

East Coast Migrant Head Start Project is proud to have received such a generous grant from the PNC Foundation to help bridge the digital divide in rural North Carolina. These electronic tools, valued at approximately $10,000, will allow our Faison educational campus to incorporate more advanced forms of .

East Coast Migrant Head Start Project is a nonprofit organization serving nearly 3,000 children of farmworkers in 10 states across the country, including North Carolina, where we serve more than 360 families.

Our farmworkers and teachers have continued to work despite the Covid-19 pandemic. We have closed the technology gap to serve these low-income, Black, Hispanic, and rural populations.

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