Boston Non-Profit Donates Chromebooks To Students In Chinatown

BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — A local non-profit made a special donation on Thursday, to a group in Chinatown that works with kids in the area.

The group is called "City Kids" and they're a non-profit founded by City Realty. City Kids donated Chromebooks to a group called "Boston Asian Youth Essential Service" which is located in Chinatown.

This is the latest in a series of donations and Jimmy Caruso, from City Realty said they've donated nearly 2,000 Chromebooks in the past year and a half.

The Chromebooks are to help the students utilize remote and in classroom learning.

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Caruso said they spoke with the executive director of Boston Asian Youth Essential Service who talked about their need for Chromebooks.

"Now our main strategy is to provide Chromebooks to a lot of residents, just this past year I can tell you it has been an even bigger need with everything going on with the pandemic," said Caruso.

He added City Kids was developed by managing partners of City Realty to give back to the community where they do business.

WBZ NewsRadio's Carl Stevens (@carlwbz) Reports

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