Dell customers all over the world are making important contributions to business and society through their innovative use of technology.  In recognition of this and to thank you for allowing us to share your innovation story with others, we would like to contribute $25 to the cause of your choice in your honor.

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Help Feed and Send to School Poor Kids in the Phil
The Children's Joy Foundation, Inc. (CJFI) has been helping thousands of destitute children in the Philippines since 1998 by feeding, clothing, providing them with decent shelter, and sending them to school. The primary intention of this noble work is to help these children reach their potentials to become strong pillar in nation building. CJFI established and maintain 7 Child Care Residential Homes run by professional Social Workers, Psychologists, and educators to carry out this mission.
PROJECT NAME - Nandini GIVE THE GIFT OF EDUCATION TO AN UNDERSERVED GIRL CHILD (NANDINI) - Matriculation of a Girl Child (or drop-out, non-school going) through Gyantantra (Digital Dost - Literacy India's Holistic software that covers a curriculum for primary classes in multimedia form) and Vocational Training (Computer Education and Tailoring) for adolescent girls. Gyantantra is a composite learning module featuring a well structured curriculum.
Literacy India has clearly set its three E's as its goals on course in the next one decade i.e., Education, Empowerment and Employment. Project Karigari provides vocational courses and training to its youth and growing Adolescent. ICT using Soft skill training and other courses like sewing , tailoring , Beauty Culture, Driving and Multimedia, Retail Management and like many courses which will help the youth to find employment or start his/her own Enterprise.
Early Diagnosis: Give Cure a Chance
Childhood cancer, when detected at early stage, can be cured 80% of the time. However, many patients are diagnosed at a later stage because most of the initial signs and symptoms that indicate a cancer are similar to the signs and symptoms of other childhood diseases. This project has two main goals: raise awareness of these symptoms within the community and train healthcare professionals to investigate these symptoms in order to increase the chances of an early diagnosis.
Long Term Initiatives to Typhoon Haiyan Victims
The estimated damage of typhoon Haiyan is 34 billion pesos. With this tremendous devastation, every recovery effort must be sustained to achieve greater impact to victims' lives. That is why CJFI will continue its long term recovery program to reach out more number of victims and gain wider scope of communities assisted. This initiative will cover the municipalities including Tacloban City with coastal barangays facing Leyte Gulf with thousands of fishing families who were badly affected.
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