Harvest Food and Outreach Center give thanks to Keller Williams Realty of PSL

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Harvest Food and Outreach Center of St. Lucie County would like to give a huge thank you to Keller Williams Realty of Port St. Lucie.

Jim Crandell, Jennifer Costa, Walter Salamon, Richard Stratman

Jim Crandell, Jennifer Costa, Walter Salamon, Richard Stratman

Functional, modern computers are crucial to our clients. Having this partnership with PSL PC, through our friends at Keller Williams, is truly a blessing to our area's neediest residents. We can't thank them enough.

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Thanks go out, once again, to our friends at Keller Williams Realty – PSL.

The gang recognized a need for a fully functional suite of computers in our LIFE Center, and has come through for us, fourfold. Their friend, Mr. Richard Stratman with ADT Systems along with Mr. Jim Crandell with PSL-PC Online, refurbished and replaced the entire PC library this week. After touring the facility during their Christmas meal distribution where the KW PSL Team’s Project HOPE team gave out 500 meals to Harvest’s clients, the group saw the need for an up to date computer station. They reached out to their partners at ADT and PSL-PC Online, and within two months' time, the Center is now home to four fully operational computers.

These computers are essential to Harvest’s clients being able to search for jobs. The Outreach Center, which opened in 2006, provides on the job training and education for impoverished residents, here in St Lucie County.

“Functional, modern computers are crucial to our clients. Having this partnership with PSL-PC Online, through our friends at Keller Williams, is truly a blessing to our area’s neediest residents. We can’t thank them enough,” said Jennifer Costa, Executive Director at Harvest Food and Outreach Center.

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