Laptops to be donated to kids in need

December 12, 2011 12:11:24 PM PST
Fifteen low-income youths who are participating in the Mountain View Police Activities League's mentoring program will receive laptop computers today.

The used computers have been refurbished by Mountain View-based Project eCycle.

John Bodo, founder and CEO of Project eCycle, will provide a pizza party for all 40 children in the mentoring program this afternoon and present laptops to 15 of them, according to the PAL.

The mentoring program consists of 21 police and community volunteers who serve as role models for children from Castro Elementary School and Graham Middle School.