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American Architectural Window & Door partners with Electronic Access Foundation and JAHMA

The JAHMA Foundation of New Jersey made computers available to scholarship recipients who were eligible college students living in affordable NJ housing communities. The New Jersey Affordable Housing Management Association is one of nineteen Associations across the country. This is the second consecutive year that the JAHMA Foundation was able to make computers available to these eligible students through the assistance of American Architectural Window & Door and Electronic Access Foundation. Key players who make these donations possible include Greg Campbell of Electronic Access Foundation, John Zoetjes, president of American Architectural Window & Door (AAWD), and Dr. Bruce W. Johnson of the JAHMA Foundation. Johnson, who works with the Foundation’s scholarship program to secure qualified applicants and determine the award recipients said, “The continued partnership with Electronic Access Foundation and AAWD to be able to add the gift of a computer to these students who may have never had one of their own is huge in helping them advance with their studies.”



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