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From fundraising to money and equipment donations to data recovery to boots on the ground, the channel provider and vendor community is pitching in with Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.
Todd Thibodeaux, president and CEO, CompTIA, sums it up in a press statement: "The heart-breaking scenes from Texas and Louisiana prompt the immediate reaction of ‘What can I do to help?’ Right now, a donation of even a few dollars can help the tens of thousands of Americans who are in desperate immediate need of clothing and shelter, food and water. The people of CompTIA are committed to doing our part to provide assistance. We encourage others in the tech community to help out in any way that they can."
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