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Tech expert offers lifeline to those in need

He and his volunteers refurbish computers for groups, schools and people who need to find jobs

By Kristen Consillio

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Dec 28, 2013

~~<p>Curtis Kropar has brought hope to many of those less fortunate in the islands. The hope of gaining knowledge, empowerment and ultimately, a better life.</p>
<p>Through his nonprofit, Hawaiian Hope, founded in 2006, the 46-year-old executive director and as many as 30 volunteers have refurbished nearly 1,000 donated computers for low-income families and individuals, homeless shelters, clean-and-sober houses, prisoner re-entry programs, and schools in need of high technology.</p>
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Curtis Kropar has brought hope to many of those less fortunate in the islands. The hope of gaining knowledge, empowerment and ultimately, a better life.

Through his nonprofit, Hawaiian Hope, founded in 2006, the 46-year-old executive director and as many as 30 volunteers have refurbished nearly 1,000 donated computers for low-income families and individuals, homeless shelters, clean-and-sober houses, prisoner re-entry programs, and schools in need of high technology. Login for more...



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