Laguna Hills, Calif. - April 1, 2008 - Allied Schools made a large donation of tape recorders and software to the Boys & Girls Club of Santa Ana valued at approximately $32,000. More than 4,000 underprivileged and promising children who participate in educational programs at the Club will benefit from Allied's generous contribution.
"With the help from caring individuals like you (Allied), the Club can continue to enhance its programs like homework help, computer literacy and job training, and other programs that enable our youth to learn valuable skills necessary to be successful in our competitive world," said Kathy Brown, interim executive director for the Boys & Girls Club of Santa Ana.
Allied Schools, nationally accredited by the Distance Education and Training Council (DETC), believes an education should be within reach to all who seek one out. That's why Allied created a unique online experience where students obtain the top-level education they desire in a self-paced and affordable manner.
"Everyone should have the opportunity for an education," said George Achenbach, president and CEO of Allied Schools. "We're proud to be affiliated with an organization like the Boys & Girls Club. They mirror Allied's own company culture by providing a rewarding experience that instills confidence and inspires people to do great things."
With educational programs that cater to children as young as six all the way up to helping young adults with graduation requirements, Allied's contribution supports the Boys & Girls Club of Santa Ana in continuing their much-needed mission.
Brown whole-heartedly agrees. "Thank you for your generosity, time and investment in our youth."
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