Donation kick starts a new alliance designed to provide underserved children around the world with equal access to technology.

ATLANTA, GA. December 12, 2020, – All For One Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to changing the lives of children around the world by improving social conditions, educational opportunities, and healthcare availability, today announced that a donation by Hospitality Business Network Solutions (HBNS) that will provide 100 laptops to students in Uganda at the Child Prosperity Centers in Kaioma and Sierra Leone.

“HBNS’s gift comes at a crucial time,” said Newton Myvett, President and CEO, All For One Charity Foundation. “Now more than ever, it’s imperative that children furthest from educational justice are provided with resources needed to build their best future,” said Myvett. “We are grateful to HBNS’s deep commitment to helping to advance All For One’s critical mission to ensure every child receives an equitable chance in life,” Myvett said. Since 2006, All For One has inspired organizations and volunteers from around the world to improve social conditions, access to education, and healthcare to children impacted by the HIV/AIDS pandemic and civil unrest in Uganda with the construction of two child prosperity centers in Kaioma and Sierra Leone. Computers will be distributed in the next six to 12 months upon the completion of construction.

“The All For One/HBNS partnership is the bridge we and other companies have been long seeking to put much-needed technology in the hands of those who need it most,” said Marc Whinnem, Vice President, Operations, Hospitality Business Network Solutions. “Access to computers is something we take for granted in the United States,” said Jeff Levitan, Founder, All For One Foundation.

“It remains an honor and privilege in many developing countries for children to have the chance to learn and develop using technology. We are very thankful for our ongoing partnership with HBNS.” Help the children at the Child Prosperity Centers in Uganda and Sierra Leone by donating your used or new computer or laptop. Learn more about this initiative and how to donate:

ABOUT ALL FOR ONE Founded in Chicago, Illinois, by Jeff Levitan in 2002, All For One Charity Foundation is a growing international children’s nonprofit charity currently working in 19+ countries. All for One’s relentless dedication has been changing the lives of children around the world by improving social conditions, educational opportunities, and healthcare availability through thoughtful collaborations and partnerships with leading world organizations. All For One provides Help Beyond Hope to empower communities while actively working toward building sustainable systems for those in need. For more information, visit Follow on Instagram and Facebook

ABOUT HBNS HBNS is a nationwide IT service management company offering technology integration, business systems solutions, IoT Smart Environment, nationwide managed IT coverage, and networking, cabling, and electrical services. Founded in 2003 serving hospitality, healthcare, and small business markets, in 2016 HBNS partnered with the Innovation Institute, strategically focusing on innovation and growth in the healthcare industry. Partnering with All For One Foundation is a chance for HBNS to give back and help to empower the less fortunate. This is another great collaboration designed to build on All For One Foundation’s mission and to enhance the four pillars of its mission. For more information, visit

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