Facebook replaces stolen computers at Code Tenderloin [ABC 7]
 
Photo via  SF Weekly’s  coverage about the theft.  Courtesy of Code Tenderloin

Photo via SF Weekly’s coverage about the theft.

Courtesy of Code Tenderloin

 

You might never take your laptop computer for granted again if it was a key for getting you off the street. Representatives from Facebook stepped up to help a non-profit called Code Tenderloin replace laptop computers that were stolen earlier this summer. Many of the students are homeless when they enter the Code Tenderloin program, which teaches them to write computer code and use other tech skills. Find out more via ABC 7.