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Our goal is to work in coordination with other community service groups here in town. So far CPJ has partnered with:
• Public spirited residents and visitors who have provided many of the computers now in place. The need is so great that we will begin to purchase computers from non profit organizations. We have received unsolicited funds from these folks as well. This support has made all the difference.

UTNG• The Michael Wein Foundation provided "seed money" and continues to encourage our work.
• Universidad Tecnológico del Norte Guanajuato helps CPJ by converting units to Spanish and adding software. In turn, the professors at UTNG appreciate having a supply of computers to help train their computer lab students.
• Rotary International support has been indispensable. We encourage Rotary Clubs in Canada, Mexico and the United States to partner with us in this worthwhile effort.

Computers for kidsOur partners help us serve these groups
• Public schools:  With over 400 schools in San Miguel alone this is our largest customer base. Few of these schools have working computers with educational software. Rarer still is any kind of technical support. That's where our volunteers come in.
• Scholarship recipients: Local organizations Jovenes Adelante, the Biblioteca, and Mujeres in Cambio award scholarships to college students who, without this support would not be able to attend a university. CPJ is committed to seeing that scholarship recipients have laptops so they can successfully compete in school.
• Patronato Pro Niños provides medical and dental care to thousands of youngsters every year. When they identify kids with ongoing problems that prevent regular school attendance CPJ tries to provide computers.
Computers for kids• Centro de Crecimiento serves a large population of kids and young adults with serious developmental limitations. CPJ has provided office equipment as well as computers for individuals.
• Ignacio Ramirez School serves youngsters with serious developmental disabilities who can benefit from a class room setting.
• Three children's homes:
Sollano home for girls, Mexiquito home for boys and Santa Julia home for girls all do a great job with their young charges. All three now have computers available to their boys and girls. We help maintain these computers and provide classes for the staff and youngsters as well.  


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