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November 18, 2019
ChicagoCAC Provides Support for Sexually Abused Children Emma Andelson, development coordinator at the Chicago Children's Advocacy Center, was looking for donor gifts when she found the Logotech-4-Good program last winter and applied. While the organization that provides support children who have been sexually abused didn't win back in February 2019, their application stayed in the pool. The organization was picked by Logotech employees as our November recipient. The $500 in branded products can be anything we can source to help the organization further its mission. The Chicago Children's Advocacy Center was founded in 2001, and is the city's only nonprofit that coordinates all aspects...
October 10, 2014
October is Breast Cancer awareness month, and we're seeing pink! The Susan G. Komen foundation has done an excellent job of getting their word out, and you can now see pink ribbons representing their cause on everything from shirts to water bottles, jewelry and more. This simple pink ribbon is now recognized worldwide as a way to show support for people battling breast cancer and those that have survived it. The pink ribbon became a symbol for fighting breast cancer in the early 80s. The ribbon symbolized a woman running forward toward a finish line, as in the journey of a...
October 15, 2013
What makes a geek geeky? Is it their choice of clothes? Is it their unhealthy infatuation with all things technological and IT? Is it some kind of social paranoia and inadequacy that others recognize from miles away? Or is it the TV series they watch? If you are having doubts about yourself, a selection of five TV geek series might offer a clue as to whether you or your friends are geeks. Run the test repeatedly by watching them continuously and check your reactions. If you start repeating the punchlines to your friends, then accept it, most likely there is...
March 14, 2013
Over the years we have received thousands of inquiries for USB flash drives from various school organizations all across America. Unfortunately a percentage of them were working with tight budgets and weren't able to finalize their order. In some cases, teachers were inquiring about the flash drives and willing to use their own money to provide them for their class. Students today are required to have a USB flash drive for completing homework assignments, group projects, activities, etc. Many of them fall behind by not having the means for this important piece of technology. We are aware that school budgets...