Wilson’s World Homeschool: The Drive for Drives Campaign at Providence Day School

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Providence Day School Parents’ Association along with their partners Hendrick Luxury Group and E2D, a non-profit organization, have asked their community to help them end the digital divide for low-income students throughout Charlotte.  Givin Van Dam with Providence Day Parents’ Association and Eric Hedinger, Head of Upper School joined Wilson to talk about their Drive for Drives campaign.

Laptops and tablets will be collected, wiped clean, refurbished, and given to one of the 60,000 students in Charlotte who live at or below the federal poverty line and do not have a home computer.

More information on the Drive for Drives can be found HERE.  You can also follow Providence Day School on their website providenceday.org as well as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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