WILMINGTON, MA — Local Dunkin’ Donuts franchisee, Adam Quinn, kicked off an annual commitment to the Wilmington Public School District this year with a $5,000 donation to provide 20 Chromebooks for economically challenged students.
As part of Wilmington’s 1:1 Chromebook Program, currently all eighth, ninth and tenth grade students are encouraged to have a Chromebook, which will help support 21st century learning by bringing technology into every classroom.
Quinn’s donation will help those families who meet the scholarship criteria for needing assistance in purchasing a Chromebook.
As a local resident and Wilmington business owner, Quinn is dedicated to supporting the community and investing in the future of the next generation who live in the town.
“All children – regardless of their background – should have access to technology and the educational tools that will allow them to succeed,” stated Quinn, who owns six of the Dunkin’ Donuts locations in Wilmington. “I see these kids and their families every day and being able to improve their education and make technology accessible is the best way I can give back.”
(NOTE: The above press release is from Dunkin Donuts.)
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