Hewlett-Packard donates High-end Color Laser Printers to Boys & Girls Clubs

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Boys & Girls Clubs of Oakland (BGCO) is proud to announce that Hewlett-Packard donated a brand-new, state-of-art Color Laser printer to BGCO.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Oakland (BGCO) is proud to announce that Hewlett-Packard donated a brand-new, state-of-art Color Laser printer to BGCO. Through HPs Global Social Investment organization, Boys & Girls Clubs of America was selected to receive a total of 105 HP Color LaserJet 9500hdn printers (estimated value of $8,000/each). BGCA, in turn, identified 105 Club organizations that had the capacity and need for such a high-production printer. This printer will allow our Club to print high-quality materials that we would have otherwise had to pay an outside service to produce. This will result in a great cost savings to our organization. BGCO would like to thank HP for their support of our Club and its mission in serving youth.

Additionally, Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA) and Hewlett-Packard Company recently launched a first-of-its-kind national digital video service program that allows families to access and purchase age-appropriate digital content in a safe and secure online environment. The BGCA videostore is now live and can be accessed by visiting http://www.bgcavideostore.com. Later this year, BGCA Videocards will be available for purchase in Circuit City stores. BGCA will receive a portion of the proceeds from all purchases made both online and from video gift cards sold at Circuit City stores.

About Boys & Girls Clubs of Oakland
Boys & Girls Clubs of Oakland's mission is to develop our community's youth into positive contributors to society. Now in its 67th year, the Club continues to provide safe places to learn and grow, opportunities for ongoing relationships with caring adult professionals, life-enhancing programs, and other character development experiences each year for over 2,500 girls and boys, ages 6 to 17. The organization supplements the endeavors of our families and our schools, and plans to serve a minimum of 5,000 Oakland youth in the near future. If you believe in what we do and would like to show your support you may do so by visiting http://www.bgcoakland.org and visiting the donations section.

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