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July 10, 1990


By CBR Staff Writer

No it’s not planning to donate the empty cardboard boxes that it’s left with after it has delivered its computers: IBM has announced a $1.85m initiative to aid homeless families through grants to community-based organisations across the US and says the IBM Homeless Initiative is designed to help the homeless become self-sufficient as well as addressing the special needs of children facing the prospect of growing up without benefit of a secure, stable learning environment; grant recipients include United Way agencies in Chicago, Dallas, Washington, Los Angeles and White Plains (homeless in White Plains?); the Enterprise Foundation of Columbia, Maryland, and the Better Homes Foundation in Newton Centre, Massachusetts; IBM earlier this year announced a five-year, $750,000 contribution to the Enterprise Foundation and $100,000 of aid to the Better Homes Foundation.

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