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East Coast Migrant Head Start Project

East Coast Migrant Head Start Project receives a donation from PNC

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 learning digitally.

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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.
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