Other World Computing announced a program to help deliver clean water to underdeveloped countries. A donation will also enter you into a sweepstakes to win a 1 TB external HDD.
"OWC is celebrating its 25th year of service with a sweepstakes to thank our loyal community of customers, and by partnering with charity: water to raise funds to help a great cause."
Teaming up with charity:water, OWC says that $20 is the average cost to deliver clean water to one person. OWC is matching donations, so $10 donated actually results in $20. When donating, you can sign up to receive a report of where you're donation is heading.
The company has a campaign goal of $125,000.
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