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Two computers have gone to a family (single mom) with two children who will use them for school. The family has had many difficulties, out of work, and the grandparents are helping out, but the grandparents are not wealthy either. This family lives in St. Catherines, in lower income housing. The kids are delighted.

Two have gone to another family in St. Catherines a single mom, no job, on welfare, trying hard to raise the children as best she can. The two kids will be able to use them for schoolwork: the mom is committed to setting aside some money each month so they can access the Internet. Again, a very happy family with this unexpected blessing.

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