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Chromebooks insure Immigrant Kids Educational Continuity


The Loyalty Foundation recently donated 20 free Chromebooks to a special free immigration clinic held on March 18 at St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Mamaroneck, NY.


The event was produced by U.S. Pathway, an organization providing immigrants with legal info on rights and paths to citizenship, financial aid and scholarships. Additional support was provided by the Mamaroneck Community Resource Center (CRC).


At the event, any child under 14 years of age was eligible to receive a Loyalty Foundation Chromebook. Provided through our Devices4All Program, these donated devices will allow young students to continue their education without interruption.


In addition, several local organizations donated lawyers who were on hand to answer attendees immigration questions, schedule appointments and consider taking on their cases.


“It was so heartwarming to see how happy these families were to be able to receive a device for their children who otherwise had no access to them,” said U.S. Pathway’s Roxana Ramirez.



As team U.S. Pathway posted on their Instagram, “We can’t put into words how grateful we are by the efforts made by our sponsors, partners, donors, and volunteers. You all went above and beyond. It was a unique and very special experience for us. The memories we made will make our mission even stronger going forward. We really appreciate your trust and your presence.”


The Loyalty Foundation was glad to be a part of this special day!


The U.S. Pathway project exists thanks to Kathryn W. Davis Global Community Scholarship and the students at Westchester Community College. More info at www.uspathway.net Below, Team U.S. Pathways: Roxana, Leticia, Christopher, and Laura.





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