Used computers provided by the Morris, Manning & Martin law firm (MMM), headquartered in Atlanta have been repurposed for use in Greene County Habitat for Humanity homes and Pete Nance Boys & Girls Club for the past 9 years. 

 

Two years ago 40 computers were needed to open a computer lab at the new Greene College & Career Academy. Students helped unload the 40 computers provided by MMM and assisted in refurbishing and loading software.  The new computer lab was up and running in less than a week for a total cost to the school of $0.00.

Students unload 40 computers

Operational computer lab

Beyond providing computer hardware, MMM has provided pro bono legal services to create the Thillen Education Foundation as well as providing direction for trade marking and copyrighting the intellectual property comprising the career coaching program.

Thank you MMM!

Screenshot of the MMMPact webpage 

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