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8th November 2011

CTECH On a Mission To Collect 200 Computers For The CLIC Foundation

ctechNowadays it seems like every house has 1-2 computers. That is not always the case however. Many low-income households cannot afford a computer. That is why this CTE CH is on a mission — a mission to collect 200 computers and donate them to the Computers for Low Income Calgarians (CLIC) Foundation.

The CLIC program provides home computers to individuals and families in Calgary who might not be able to afford them. The program is hosted by the Calgary Drop-in & Rehab Centre (The DI). The DI’s philosophy is to be a compassionate voice for the down and out low-income population of Calgary – without regard to the circumstances that led up to their demise.

CTECH wants to help. According to Carl Fransen, President of CTECH, “The DI Centre donations have been drying up. They are 200 computers short and the waiting list has grown to over 5 months.  CTECH can do something about that, and we do so with pleasure.”

CTECH is determined to have these computers in the hands of the people who need them by Christmas. There will be staff members who will even pick up the donations, and in exchange, will give 1 hour of system consulting time in exchange for any donation.

CTECH operates on the building blocks of Build IT, Grow IT and Support IT to provide their clients with the complete satisfaction and confidence in their technology systems. CTECH’s professional Calgary IT support team will not rest until the client is satisfied with the needed servicing.

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