Houston, TX, August 29, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- USB for Schools non-profit Operating System for school children is ready for general release. Friends and supporters can now donate any USB Flash Drives they have lying around for secure deletion and recycling into a full Computer system for under-privileged school children.
Please send USB Flash Drives to the following address:
USB for Schools
2311 N. 45th Street #107
After a very successful Beta Test, Version 1.0 of the USB for Schools non-profit Operating System for school children is ready for launch. They are now starting their 'Drive for Education.'
Friends and supporters can now donate any USB Flash Drives they have lying around for secure deletion and recycling into a fully loaded and free Computer System for under-privileged school children. These can be any old USB Drives that have since been replaced with newer, bigger ones or even better, USB drives that have been given out as free gifts at conferences and meetings.
"This has been a long time in the making but is finally coming to fruition thanks to the dedicated contributions of so many around the world. We are so exited to be able to receive donations directly from the USA. Please consider helping if you are able. Thanks so much!" -- Saras Pingak, Program Co-ordinator
If you would like to help us by collecting donated USB Flash drives at your local church, company for community center please contact us at email@example.com and we can give you some marketing and other start-up materials.
USB for Schools securely recycles unwanted USB Flash Drives into a complete Computer Operating System for under-privileged school children. USB for Schools is a non-profit that is committed to furthering the use of Free Software in education.