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Community Support

Mathbox supports non-profit and charitable organizations both directly and indirectly. Direct support from Mathbox includes donated hosting, donated software development, donated web site development, donated web site maintenance, and discounted prices when hosting and services are not donated. Mathbox provides indirect support through Mathbox resellers. When Mathbox resellers reach a specified volume, Mathbox dontates hosting and services to the reseller's choice of non-profit or charitable organization.

Below are some of the local organizations supported by Mathbox.

Methuen Community Television (MCTV) Methuen Community Television (MCTV)
Methuen Community Television is a local, non-profit television station dedicated to covering the community of Methuen. Our goal is to give the people of Methuen an opportunity to inform their neighbors about the issues affecting our community, and to provide a resource for people to learn more about their town.

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The Professional Center for Child Development The Professional Center for Child Development
We are a non-profit, community based agency that has served children and their families for over thirty years. Each year the agency provides hundreds of children and their families with the opportunity to grow and develop to achieve their full potential through services such as early intervention, a developmental day school, pediatric therapy and parent support services.

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In 1976, members of the Greater Lawrence Community and the parents of adults with developmental disabilities established the Citizens League for Adult Special Services (CLASS, Inc.).

CLASS, Inc. was founded , through the efforts of parents, as a day activity and training center for their adult children with mental retardation. As the agency grew, it diversified to include training and support for individuals with more severe physical and behavioral challenges. CLASS has become a leader in providing quality, individualized support and services with emphasis on promoting an individual's self-growth, independence and involvement in community.

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