Osmo Partners with the National Girls Collaborative Project in Honor of Women’s History Month
Our charitable branch, Osmo Cares, donated over 1500 units of its best-selling Creative Kit for iPad to the National Girls Collaborative Project (NGCP), in honor of Women’s History Month. This product donation will be distributed across six states (California, Tennessee, Oregon, Florida, Montana, and Texas), to benefit programs like Girls, Inc., Girl Scouts, and other local non-profit programs, which introduce girls to STEM learning.
“When girls have access to STEM learning at a young age, they can start to develop and nurture an interest in pursuing STEM, which is very important to Osmo,” says Karen O’Dell, our Director of PR and Osmo Cares. “By supporting programs that promote equitable access to STEM, we can help future generations build confidence in pursuing a STEM career, regardless of one’s race, gender, and economic background. We particularly admire NGCP’s broad reach to over 42,000 U.S. organizations that encourage STEM learning among youth, impacting millions of girls and boys across this country.”
“We are so grateful to Osmo for a gift that not only encourages creativity and collaboration, but will provide high-quality STEM activities to programs who are often not able to access these sorts of products,” says Karen Peterson, Founder and CEO of NGCP.