Honored to Join Board of National Cristina Foundation
Jay McBain / Jay McBain
I am honored and very excited to be chosen by the National Cristina Foundation as a member of the board. This is a team of amazing people that have produced incredible results over the past 30 years for people with disabilities, students at risk and persons who are economically disadvantaged.
Founded in 1984, The National Cristina Foundation works to promote technology reuse by educating businesses and the public that technology resources coming out of their first place of use can be given a second productive life for developing human potential.
The National Cristina Foundation’s online non profit locator enables donors of used computers and other electronic hardware to select a local charity or school in their area of the country they choose to receive their donation of equipment.
The Foundation’s Cristina Network is a community of hundreds of organizations across our nation that we have pre screened and have verified that they are a 501(c)(3) non profit charity or school and are working to help people in need benefit from technology training and support.
Through the Cristina Network, they provide free donation management system software and solutions for use by nonprofits, schools and public agencies in their local communities to manage their own reuse agendas to benefit people with disabilities, students at risk and persons who are economically disadvantaged.
The National Cristina Foundation and our grassroots partners are bound by the collective belief that technology re-use helps Link Life to its Promise.
About the Foundation:
The National Cristina Foundation works to promote reuse by educating businesses and the public that used technology resources are valuable tools that can be given a second productive life for developing human potential. We encourage them to donate their used equipment in support of this agenda.
We provide solutions to help nonprofits, schools and public agencies manage their own technology reuse agendas to assist people with disabilities, students at risk and economically disadvantaged persons in their local communities to lead more independent and productive lives.
The National Cristina Foundation’s Cristina Network is a community of organizations who are benefiting from the reuse of technology. Organizations throughout the United States come together through the Cristina Network to share ideas and build reuse solutions. All of our partner organizations are currently in the process of gradually being registered as partners in the Cristina Network community.
Getting in touch:
National Cristina Foundation
339 Lea DR,
West Chester, PA 19382