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DRS offers CommunIT award for Mahoning Valley nonprofits

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - Twenty-one Mahoning Valley non profits are competing for a prize from information technology consulting company DRS.

The CommunIT award will provide at least $30,000 in technology equipment and services along with a website makeover from PALO Creative.

Four runner-up organizations will receive technology consultation valued at $4,000.

The Youngstown Business Incubator and Gateways to Better Living have the most votes with 18.5 and 18.2 percent of the votes respectively.

Youngstown CityScape, the Junior League of Youngstown, Northeast Association for Computing Machinery Chapter, Hospice of the Western Reserve, Friends of Paws Town in Boardman and Ballet Western Reserve trail the competition each with less than a percent of the total votes.

Visit the DRS website here to vote.

The deadline for voting is August 18.

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