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Gateway to Donate 4,500 Computers to Non-Profit Organizations

3/20/2002:   In support of their commitment to socially responsible corporate citizenship, following the completion of the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City, Gateway will donate up to 4,500 computers.

Grant consideration is limited to eligible organizations recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a nonprofit entity, with priority given to schools and community centers whose programs help enhance access to technology for traditionally underserved communities.

These systems were supplied to the Salt Lake Organizing Committee for use during the 2002 Olympic Winter Games to track official event results, statistics and standings for athletes, coaches, spectators, officials, and the media. Any organization interested in being considered must complete an online application; faxed or written applications will not be accepted.

The application will be posted on Gateway’s web site from April 2 to July 31, 2002.
For additional information, or to fill out a form for notification about Gateway’s Olympics PC Donation Program when it becomes available in April, please access the following website: http://www.gateway.com/olympics/donations.shtml.

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