Spectra Logic Donates School Supplies to Boulder Valley Students

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Boulder-based Company Participates in First Annual Crayons to Calculators Corporate Challenge

BOULDER, Colo. August 9, 2007–In an effort to support the community, Spectra Logic Corporation recently participated in the first annual Crayons to Calculators Corporate Challenge and donated more than 30 backpacks filled with school supplies for Boulder Valley students from low-income homes. 

Backpacks donated by Spectra Logic were filled with a complete set of school supplies and will help children jump start the 2007 school year.


Crayons to Calculators is a community-wide school supply drive that is a unique collaboration between six nonprofits that receives extensive support of numerous organizations and corporations. The project was organized to coordinate the disparate efforts of multiple nonprofits in addressing the back-to-school needs of more than 5,000 Boulder Valley School District (BVSD) students from low-income homes. The goal of the project is to increase community support of children in need and ensure that all students start school with the supplies they need to succeed. Visit http://CrayonsToCalculators.org/ for more information or to donate.

Spectra Logic is the leading innovator in data storage archive and backup. The organization was founded in 1979 in the founder’s University of Colorado-Boulder dormitory room. Visit spectralogic.com for more information.