Adrian Paul and The PEACE Fund are pleased to announce the donation of 90 Microsoft Surface Tablets to the Los Angeles Unified School District.

A selection of 33 elementary, middle, and high school classrooms are participating in a class project contest where 9 of those classrooms will be awarded 10 tablets each. The chosen classrooms will submit a class project, such as, a short video, picture collage, anything the children and their teachers choose to do – letting their imagination guide them to what will work for each individual class. The topic for the project will be “How Will the Surface Tablets Help Improve our Class” – their project will demonstrate the positive aspects of having access to these tablets on a daily basis.

The “New Year, New Opportunities” contest will take place January 11th, 2016 through January 29th, 2016. The public voting for the winners will be open online February 1st – Midnight February 3rd, 2016.

This is a wonderful opportunity to get the community involved with the school district and our charity, coming together for a greater good. This is not a “hand-out” from The PEACE Fund, but rather a “hand-up” for the children. It is their sincere hope that we, as a community, will support the children across all grade levels by participation in the public, online voting during the first week of February to determine the classrooms that will be awarded the Microsoft Surface Tablets.

Find out more about The PEACE Fund here.

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