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Last year, Intel gave away laptops to 3 people with inspiring stories to share. This year, they want to do the same – but for you and a friend! The idea behind this is that you submit a story about a person that deserves a new PC powered by Intel and who knows, they could end up winning one and you could too!
For me, if I was to share a person that I think deserves a PC powered by Intel it would be a father in my community by the name of Jeff Gorsline. Why? Well, Jeff is the type of person that is not only engaged and committed to his profession, but he is also committed to making a difference in our community. In our community, Jeff Gorsline has built a nonprofit called Many Hands that is a 501c3 nonprofit organization established in 2012.
It’s mission is to be the resource for communities in Michigan that wish to respond to systemic problems such as youth hunger or individual families experiencing a health or financial crisis. The goal is to create competency as a volunteer-driven organization and harness the resourcefulness of informal charitable efforts with the aim of creating effective, trustworthy standards in all of the chosen projects to deliver maximum value for recipients, volunteers, and sponsors. This organization has made a huge impact in our community but also in many other communities around the state of Michigan. With everything that Jeff Gorsline does, I know that a new PC powered by Intel would impact his life and the organizational effectiveness of Many Hands tremendously and thus, I would add his name to the list!
Who knows, in looking at all of the possibilities for great PC’s powered by Intel that are available right now if I was to select one for Jeff Gorsline, I might suggest the HP Pavilion Liquid Platinum Gaming or the HP Pavilion Manhattan Gold or even the Dell Inspiron
I could also win a new PC in this program, sponsored by Intel, if I drive the most contest entries of participating bloggers. See the OFFICIAL RULES for more information.
This post is for my participation in the Intel Influencer Program.
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