CUMMING, Ga. — Lenovo donated tablets to be used as learning tools to Mentor Me North Georgia, a nonprofit mentoring organization. As part of Lenovo’s Doers for Youth Employee Grant, 10 Mentor Me children received free Yoga tablets July 30 at the Mentor Me office in Cumming.
Lenovo employee Amanda Wade and her husband volunteer regularly mentoring Anthony, a young man in the Mentor Me program.
“I love seeing my son feel loved and cared for,” said Anthony’s mother. “I am so grateful this program is in our lives and I hope to continue to see a lasting and growing friendship between Anthony and his mentors.”
“We are so grateful for Lenovo’s generous donation of these tablets to the children in our program,” said Karen Carroll, program manager of Mentor Me. “The company’s support has allowed us to provide much needed technology to students who otherwise would not have the means to purchase this type of device.”
“Today is a special moment for Lenovo and our employees,” said Karen Ondrick, Lenovo’s chief connector. “We feel privileged to play a small role in supporting the work of Mentor Me, who is coaching and changing the lives of youth in North Georgia.”
For more information, visit www.mentorga.org.