Being involved with the local community is extremely important to us here at DTT. I’m delighted that we can put these unused computer parts to good use by donating them to a well-deserving charity.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) August 18, 2015
Los Angeles, CA | DTT, the leading provider of video-based surveillance and loss prevention solutions for the hospitality industry, donated more than 100 computer liquid-crystal displays (LCDs) to Komputers 4 R Kids this month as part of a recent charity initiative.
As a high-profile technology and software services company, DTT uses a great deal of computer parts and upgrades on a regular basis to provide the best service to customers. The Company is greatly invested in reducing waste along with furthering the education of local children. Consequently, donating to Komputers 4 Our Kids was a natural fit for DTT.
Based in Bellflower, California, Komputers 4 Our Kids is a non-profit organization focused on education, employment, and the environment. The group is dedicated to collecting used computers and repurposing the equipment to put technology directly in the hands of children at local schools, low income families, and other non-profit institutions. Komputers 4 Our Kids also features an internship program for high school and college students that provides real-world work experience.
“Being involved with the local community is extremely important to us here at DTT,” says Sam Naficy, CEO of DTT. “I’m delighted that we can put these unused computer parts to good use by donating them to a well-deserving charity, especially one that promotes learning for children and students. Being familiar with technology will help give these kids a brighter future, and I’m glad we can be a part of that!”
This contribution is the latest in a stream of donations throughout DTT’s 16-year history. Other organizations the Company has worked with over the last few years include the Al Copeland Foundation, Ronald McDonald House, and the Purple Stride Foundation.