Good Deeds

Fujitsu, PLUS and Hitachi news.
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Good Deeds

Feb 1, 2002 12:00 PM

Fujitsu Supports Guggenheim

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum's new Sackler Center for Arts Education received six LCD projectors donated by Fujitsu General. The center serves a state-of-the-art learning laboratory for presenting a comprehensive range of public programs in the visual, performing and literary arts. The 8200-square-foot facility is located below the Rotunda of the museum's Frank Lloyd Wright building and includes studio and multimedia labs, two theaters and an exhibition space. Fujitsu also lent 10 LPF-7200 LCD multimedia projectors for the “Brazil: Body and Soul” exhibition, which closed in January.

PLUS Grant for Texas Schools

Dallas-area Plano Independent School District serves 49,000 students at 39 elementary schools, 11 middle schools, five high schools and three senior high schools. In recognition and support of the school district's commitment to serving the needs of its students and teachers through presentation technology, PLUS Corporation presented a $50,000 Grant to the district's Plano Futures Foundation, which supports quality education for Plano ISD students by generating and channeling resources toward areas in need.

Hitachi Disaster Relief

The Hitachi Group of Companies in North America announced a $1 million donation to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund. Hitachi reached out to help the victims and their families affected by the events of September 11 with this monetary donation as well as with a donation of technology and equipment used in various ways toward the relief effort. The company donated DNA gene sequencing technology for the medical efforts and hardware and machinery for demolition and excavation.




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