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Microsoft donates Xbox 360 products to aid, educate children

Microsoft has donated a number of Xbox 360 products to the humanitarian group Right to Play, which aims to improve children's lives by teaching them about societal issues via sports and technology.
Newsbrief: Microsoft has chosen to donate a number of Xbox 360 consoles and products to the humanitarian group Right to Play, which aims to improve children's lives by teaching them about societal issues via sports and technology. Using the Xbox 360 and the Kinect hardware, Right to Play will host a number of events for children in underprivileged areas in the UK in an effort to teach them to lead healthy, sustainable lives. In addition, Microsoft will provide Right to Play with funding to fuel its future efforts around the world. Microsoft will also help promote Right to Play's cause by including the organization's branding in its upcoming European sports campaign on Xbox Live, as well as in future DLC for Kinect Sports: Season Two.

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