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Cox Donates Computers

NEWPORT NEWS—Four Oaks Day Service Center is an assistance facility for individuals and families experiencing homelessness. The center offers a number of programs and educational opportunities that help people transition from homelessness back into employment, stable housing, and independence.

To aid workforce development services, Cox Communications recently donated four desktop computers to Four Oaks to help people using the center to update their resumes and research and apply for jobs online. The staff also uses the new computers to work with individuals to teach them valuable computer skills.

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