MFF Provides 100 Laptops to Houston’s Elsik High School
The Bhupat & Jyoti Mehta Family Foundation (MFF) donated 100 laptop computers to Houston’s Elsik High School in 2020 to give students a way to participate in distance learning forced by the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We are truly appreciative of the donation of 100 Chromebooks to our students from the Mehta Family Foundation,” Elsik Principal Tina Etzy said. “This donation will impact the future of our students, and it supports our goal of ensuring students are equipped with the resources and skills needed to develop technological literacy.”
Dee Jones, the Alief Independent School District’s community partnership coordinator, facilitated the donation process from beginning to end.
“I would like to take this opportunity to thank the sponsors donating the funding to purchase 100 Chromebook computers to Elsik High School students,” Jones said. “Your wonderful donation will make a real difference in the lives of the recipients.”
MFF has supported worldwide initiatives to improve access to education and quality of life since 2001. MFF actively builds degree programs to improve educational opportunities and economic outcomes for individuals and society. Today, the organization strives to improve university research capacity by building partnerships with global institutions. Through its MFF CARE initiative, the organization partners directly with leading academics, connecting international faculty and subject matter experts with developing academic institutions. MFF CARE provides the necessary expertise and infrastructure to launch new doctoral, master’s, and bachelor’s degree programs in fields relevant to India. MFF CARE advisors share their experience, knowledge, and leadership in a variety of engagement opportunities to ensure the rapid and successful development of new departments and programs.