LFTW

(redirected from Laptops for the Wounded)
AcronymDefinition
LFTWLaptops for the Wounded (Walter Reed Medical Center)
LFTWLiving for the Weekend (Hard-Fi song)
References in periodicals archive ?
Tournament Raises More than $28,000 for Laptops for the Wounded
Department of Defense, raised more than $28,000 at the Ninth Annual NJVC Charity Golf Tournament for Laptops for the Wounded, a nonprofit organization that provides webcam-equipped laptops to wounded veterans recovering in military hospitals.
The money raised will be donated to Laptops for the Wounded, a nonprofit organization that provides webcam-equipped laptops to these hospitals, such as Walter Reed Army Medical Center.
NJVC is honored to call Laptops for the Wounded its philanthropic partner, and the company's fundraising efforts for this remarkable organization are a small token of gratitude for the sacrifices of the servicemen and women who preserve the liberty and freedom we enjoy in this country today.
Department of Defense, and its employees donated nearly $43,000 in 2009 -- including $20,000 recently raised at its holiday parties in December -- to Laptops for the Wounded (LFTW), an organization providing webcam-equipped laptops to military hospitals for wounded troops to use to remain in contact with loved ones during their recovery periods.
The mission of Laptops for the Wounded is perfectly aligned with NJVC's mission of supporting the warfighter, every day, around the globe," said Jody Tedesco, NJVC president and general manager.
Area Motorcyclists Ride to Raise Thousands for Laptops for the Wounded
through parts of West Virginia and into Maryland to raise more than $2,000 for Laptops for the Wounded, a nonprofit organization that provides webcam-equipped laptops to wounded veterans in military hospitals.
Tournament Raises More Than $7,300 for Laptops for the Wounded
NJVC raised more than $7,300 at its second charity golf tournament this summer for Laptops for the Wounded, a nonprofit organization that provides webcam-equipped laptops to wounded veterans in military hospitals.
The funds raised are being donated to Laptops for the Wounded, a nonprofit organization that provides webcam-equipped laptops to wounded veterans in military hospitals, such as Walter Reed Army Medical Center, to help them keep in touch with friends and family during their recovery.
NJVC, one of the largest information technology solutions providers supporting the United States Department of Defense (DoD), and its employees donated $20,000 this week to Laptops for the Wounded (LFTW), an organization that works with Walter Reed Army Medical Center to provide computers to wounded soldiers to use during their hospital stay so they can keep in touch with loved ones.