Microsoft has become one of the companies supporting the government’s National Month of Action, after announcing that it would be donating new Xbox consoles to Boys and Girls Clubs in some of some of the country’s hardest-hit communities.
The details on the donation are scarce, including what consoles will be donated and in what communities, but it’s an extension of Microsoft’s long partnership with Boys and Girls Clubs of America. A page on the Boys and Girls Clubs website describes Microsoft as a sponsor that has helped improve youths’ access to digital skills and computer science education.
The Xbox donation is a part of the National Month of Action, a White House initiative that aims to see at least one Covid-19 shot given to 70% of adults in the US by July 4. Other efforts towards this goal have included extended pharmacy hours, free child care for vaccination recipients, and even free beer for vaccinated adults.
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