e-End Donates Computers to National Organization Serving our Nation's veterans

Operation Second Chance
Operation Second Chance

In continuing their support of veteran's organization Operation Second Chance, Frederick-based e-End recently donated six state-of-the-art desktop computers, software and accessories.

Operation Second Chance, a non-profit organization founded in 2004 and located in Germantown, MD and serves combat wounded, injured, and ill veterans. Services they provide include urgent financial assistance, day-to-day daily personal and family services assistance, and national retreats for veterans and their families.

As a certified electronic recycler, e-End receives large quantities of unused computers from government agencies and businesses, and processes the equipment by refurbishing or recycling. "For us, the first step in the recycling process is the reuse of equipment." said Arleen Chafitz, CEO of e-End. "By putting units that one organization no longer needs back into service at an organization in need like Second Chance, we're able to help our community and keep these items from ending up a risk to our environment."

Operation Second Chance Founder and President Cindy McGrew states, "We are extremely grateful to e-End for this most generous contribution to upgrade our company IT infrastructure. Now Veterans have a place for internet accessibility, and our staff is experiencing significantly improved productivity and communications to our veterans, families and supporters."

"Knowing that these computers are being be put to use by our Nation's veterans, and the people who support them, means a lot to myself and our team." Added Chafitz.

To learn more about Operation Second Chance, visit their website at http://www.operationsecondchance.org.