Updated: September 10, 2020 10:35 PM
Created: September 10, 2020 10:32 PM
Many parents have been wondering how to get their children the support that they need for distance learning while working.
Not everyone is able to afford daycare or have the technology needed to facilitate distance learning at home.
That's where the Sanneh Foundation and Securian Financial have stepped in to fill a need.
"We're retrofitting our gym into a supervised, distance learning center," said Tony Saneeh, CEO of Saneeh Foundation.
Dozens of laptops have been donated to the new digital learning center at St. Paul's Conway Community Center for students who need the extra resources.
"We know the students in St. Paul are in our back yard, they're our neighbors, and we're here to help everyone in need, in our neighborhood," commented Nicole Hansen with the Securian Financial Foundation.
For more information about the Sanneh Foundation, click the link here.
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