Philadelphia (PRWEB) December 03, 2013
Team Children´s goal is to ensure every family, school and organization that cannot afford new computers has the tools and resources needed to compete and contribute effectively in today´s digital global economy. To date, Team Children has distributed thousands of computers to local schools, individual families and non-profit organizations.
Team Children also works with an organization called Aspira whose mission is to empower the Puerto Rican and Latino community through advocacy, education and leadership development of its youth.
"We have put computers in each of their charter schools and we´re also working with their three and four year-olds to give them early literacy skills," says Team Children founder, Robert Toporek. "Working with the pre-school, we have produced unprecedented results in eight classrooms this year. We taught forty three year-olds how to read over 500 words in English and Spanish."
Toporek adds that many Hispanic children grow up and drop out of high school before they finish. Early literacy gives them skills and confidence they need to become self-learners.
"We are raising money for all these efforts," says Toporek, "and IntelLidrives has generously contributed to our million-dollar mission to continue doing what we do. Their contribution allows us to make a difference."
To learn more about Team Children Project, contact them at
960 W. Rittenhouse Rd.
Audubon, PA 19403
IntelLiDrives, Inc. manufactures linear actuators, XY tables and rotary tables for the industry, government, science and research institutions around the world. Our precision rotary actuators, XY stages and linear actuators are used in the applications in medical devices, life sciences, semiconductor and electronic assembly manufacturing, data storage, laser processing, military/aerospace, photonics, automotive and test assembly, research and development and other industries requiring high precision and throughput motion control solutions.
8510 Bustleton Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19152