By Devika Rao

Partnering with the HOPE Financial Dignity Center, located within the Martin Luther King Sr. Community Resource Complex at the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church, Comcast Cable Communications helped launch a cyber café to provide the local community access to technology.

Comcast donated $50,000 to the HOPE Center’s cyber café outfitting the space with 15 desktops, laptops, and printers. Launched last November, the cyber café and center are a part of Operation HOPE, a national nonprofit that is dedicated to empowering the local communities through financial literacy.

The center aims to serve a bigger purpose in the community. “The vision for the HOPE center was to create a space where our clients can come in and learn how to make an online presence,” said Morgan Sinclair, customer service administrator at the HOPE Center.

Read the complete story here in the Atlanta Journal Constitution.




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