HP Helps GlobalGiving

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The MetroWest Daily News

By Greg Turner
FRAMINGHAM, MA (January 19, 2004) — Hewlett-Packard Co. employees in Marlborough helped train women teachers in Afghanistan, finance female entrepreneurs in Zimbabwe and provide health-care support to children in Cambodia.

The workers used GlobalGiving, HP's international option for employee giving, raising nearly $2,200 to support the projects.

HP employees in the company's Littleton office also raised $1,200 for the GlobalGiving effort.

GlobalGiving, founded by former executives at the World Bank, is a philanthropic exchange based in Bethesda, MD.

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