Los Angeles Clippers All-Star Chris Paul will visit Alder Elementary School on January 5 to donate state of the art equipment for their computer lab as part of the "Exist to Assist" community program. Information per the media release:
State Farm, Jordan Brand WINGS, and Chris Paul Family Foundation have joined forces to launch the "Exist to Assist" community program, a new effort designed to deliver community assists across the country. Exist to Assist aims to demonstrate the power of a good neighbor, and to inspire others to do good in their communities, by getting hands on with custom-built service projects for each community it engages. The program launched in October 2015, providing an assist to the Los Angeles-based Brotherhood Crusade community center.
Now, Exist to Assist is coming to Portland. The program will team up with "I Have A Dream" Oregon (IHD), an organization that empowers students from low-income communities to achieve their educational and career goals by providing whatever it takes for their success, including academic/social support, long-term mentors and college and career preparation. The Portland Assist will sponsor one of IHD’s Dreamer Schools, Alder Elementary School, by supplying brand new, state of the art equipment for their computer lab.
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