Thanks KREM news crew for featuring Great Shape! Inc. and Inland ReTech.
Besides the discounted computers provided by Inland ReTech, Spokane’s Lukins & Anis donated dozens of computers to the SuperKids project, while Kim Hotstart donated shipping supplies and helped us pallet nearly 3,000 pounds of computer equipment. Volunteers will build computer labs in rural schools in Ocho Rios, as well as teach reading, computer literacy, art, music and sports.
You can still volunteer on the SuperKids project, Nov. 7-23…
there are spaces available Nov. 14-23.
You’ll need to pay for your airfare and a $600 project fee. Email SuperKids for more information.
Thanks y’all for your media, volunteer, and financial support. It’s amazing to collaborate to change so many lives!