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December 13, 2010 - Emmanuel Launches the Purple Computer Project

The Purple Computer Project of Emmanuel Charitable Foundation Inc. was launched on Friday, December 10, 2010 in Regina during the Christmas party of Drs. Chris and Jane Ekong. The first computers were presented on behalf of the Foundation by Hon. Ralph Goodale and his wife Pam to North Central Family Centre and Indian Metis Christian Fellowship.

Our plan is to donate:

  • 100,000 computers to Community Centers in
  • 100 countries over the next
  • 10 years

We need your help to accomplish this. Tell a friend.

Canadians will be given a tax receipt for a donation of $25 or more.

For $300, You will be named DONOR for a Community Center

For $3000, You will be named PATRON of the purple computer project in a Community Centre.

For $30,000, You will be named BENEFACTOR of the purple computer project in a country.

Charitable donations may be sent to: Emmanuel Charitable Foundation, Suite 122, MOW, 1440 14th Avenue, Regina, SK, S4P 0W5.

Dr. Chris E.U. Ekong
Chairman, Emmanuel Charitable Foundation

 

December 7, 2011 update

  • 115 computers have so far been donated to community centres in 11 countries.
  • Donee ountries include Canada, USA, Nigeria, Ghana, Rwanda, South Sudan, Congo, India, Indonesia, Peru, and Venezuela.
  • We are grateful to the following recent country champions: Dr. K. Ali (Indonesia), Drs. Alfred and Helen Lutterodt (Ghana), Richard and Nancy Coates (Rwanda), Dr. Jane Ekong (Nigeria, Ghana, Canada). Champions have helped us with a major contribution, transportation of computers, or computer workshop in a particular country.
  • Volunteer. Donate money, time, or computers.

Dr. Chris E.U. Ekong
Chairman, Emmanuel Charitable Foundation

 

May 1, 2012 update

  • 7 Computers were stolen at the North Central Community Centre, Regina.
  • We are grateful to The Source for replacing five of the computers.

Dr Chris E. U. Ekong

Chairman, Emmanuel Charitable Foundation