Delicious idea! Sorority sells popcorn to raise money for remote learning technology

More kids are getting the proper technology needed for remote learning in Westchester County.

News 12 Staff

Mar 24, 2021, 11:04 AM

Updated 1,180 days ago

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More kids are getting the proper technology needed for remote learning in Westchester County.
The company Double Good makes high-end popcorn and allows nonprofits to sell it and keep half the total for their charity.
The Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Westchester Alumnae Chapter raised $108,000 in just four days.
The chapter decided to give some of the money to Port Chester Middle School to buy more tablets.
So far, the sorority has donated more than 170 tablets to students around Westchester County.


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