Every day the lottery works to raise money for education in North Carolina. And now, thanks to a lottery partnership, students in Aberdeen are getting the tools they need to succeed.
IGT is one of our partners. They provide the technology that helps us offer fun and exciting games. This week, they unveiled a new computer lab at the Boys and Girls Club of the Sandhills in Aberdeen.
The computer lab includes 25 IdeaPad Chromebooks, 1 Dell Laptop, 1 Interactive Whiteboard, 2 Dell Desktops, a printer, and a charging cart.
Not every child has access to a computer after school. The lab is designed to help meet that need so students can succeed with homework and studying.
This is the seventh computer lab IGT has donated in North Carolina.
It’s partnerships like this one that help the lottery raise more than $650 million a year for education in the state. That money goes to all of North Carolina’s 100 counties. Last year, Moore County received $4.7 million of that funding.
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