Maddie Hearn and McKenzie Day with John Moore

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First Class Facilitation and the Afghan Women’s Organization Immigrant and Refugee Services have teamed up to create a new 2 month campaign called ‘Empowered by Devices’: A Technology Drive for Afghan Refugees. They’re collecting gently used laptops or tablets, cleaning and refurbishing, then giving to Afghan refugees. FCCF’s co-founders (and Ryerson students) Maddie Hearn and McKenzie Day join Moore In The Morning with more on what they do.

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