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Beacon For Change Receives 21 Computers and 14 Projectors for The Beacon School in Freeport, Grand Bahama


Beacon For Change, Inc., a charitable organization, announced a donation of 21 computers and 14 projectors from Carol A. Gardner, CPA, President of TACOLCY Economic Development Corp (TEDC). This donation of electronics will be delivered to The Beacon School in Freeport, Grand Bahama.

The Beacon School currently serves a student population of 104 who have  a variety of special education needs. The student body includes children with Down Syndrome, Autism, Cerebral Palsy, communication disorders, low impact visual impairments, and attention deficit disorders. Sonless Martin Jr., Chairman of Beacon For Change, expressed his gratitude for the donation from TEDC, “We’re so thankful for the donation, especially during these trying times,” said Martin. He is confident  the equipment will assist the institution tremendously as they navigate virtual schooling.


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