Center for People in Need
WorldLegacy’s NC164 Leadership Team created an extreme makeover of the computer lab at the Center for People in Need in Lincoln, Nebraska. The Center for People in Need was founded in a 700 square foot garage in 2002, has grown over time, and currently serves tens of thousands of families every year in Lincoln, Nebraska. The NC164 Leadership Team’s vision is a world where children and adults are united, educated, and can become whatever they choose to become. We see a world where all families, regardless of circumstances, live from infinite possibilities and where people feel respected and honored. This project aligns with our vision because we are creating an excellent computer facility where families can come and play, be creative, apply for jobs, and learn. Families will experience worthiness, not only because of the quality of the computers and the training they receive, but also because of the atmosphere in the computer lab environment.
During the weekend of July 14, 2017 the leadership team, along with volunteers from around the United States created a state of the art computer facility.
The leadership team replaced 26 old computers with 26 new computers, monitors, keyboards and mice.
New software was installed on the computers as well as a new printer.
The room was repainted and new carpeting was installed.
Signage for the wall included ‘Computer Lab Rules’ and a ‘Welcome’ sign printed in the six major languages of the community – English, Spanish, Arabic, Kurdish, Karen, and Vietnamese. Budget: $48,839
WorldLegacy Leadership Team Creates Extreme Makeover of the Center for People in Need Computer Lab in Lincoln, Nebraska
Chapel Hill, NC (PRWEB) July 6, 2017
WorldLegacy’s NC164 Leadership Team will complete an extreme makeover in only two days of the Computer Lab at the Center for People in Need in Lincoln, Nebraska. This makeover will include the following: 26 new computers, monitors, keyboards, mice, and software, a new printer, new carpeting, newly painted walls, and signage in the six major languages represented in the County.