High Touch And Rent-A-Center Donate Services And Equipment To Rainbows United
April 9, 2012
Wichita, Kan. – Rainbows United is pleased to announce a gift of $26,250 in computer equipment and services from the High Touch and Rent-A-Center technology project.
The project donated 60 refurbished computers and monitors in order to support the operational tasks that make vital services possible for more than 3,500 children with special needs, birth to 21, served annually throughout Sedgwick and Butler counties through Rainbows United.
“The recent upgrade to our aging computer systems has been extremely helpful,” said Deb Voth, President of Rainbows. “We are grateful for the generosity of High Touch and Rent-A-Center for this project.”
Rainbows is dedicated to enhancing the lives of children with special needs and their families by bringing together community resources and providing customized services as they have been for the past 39 years.