Earlier this month, I saw a reference to KeikiDesk via social media. For kids in Hawaii doing distance-learning at home during Covid, a KeikiDesk is a clever way to provide them desk space.
When I went to their site, I learned one of the people behind it is a friend of mine, Trung Lam. I first met Trung in the early days of Paubox, shortly after I had built out our new solution for HIPAA compliant email.
I also saw that ALTRES, one of our customers, was already a sponsor. I felt we also needed to get involved.
A few days later, we cut a check for $500 to KeikiDesk.
Keep up the good work!
KeikiDesk is a program that provides affordable cardboard workspaces for children practicing distance-learning in Hawaii.
The desks are made in Hawaii and are free to families with the support of sponsors or Title 1 funds.
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