The Cuyahoga County Library has won a $50,000 grant from Google after winning the public vote of Google’s Impact Challenge Cleveland.
Google already handed out $50,000 apiece to four organizations that do worthwhile important work in our community,
The company allowed the public to vote who would get an additional $50,000.
The other groups that competed were: Ohio Guidestone; Burton, Bell, Carr Development Inc.; and MAGNET.
The Cuyahoga County Library will use the money to launch an internet hot spot program, which will allow students in high school equivalency classes to take home a free internet hot spot.
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