Donor Spotlight
Wayne Chambers, CEO of High Touch Technologies, and Liz Workman, CEO of Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland

Donor Spotlight

Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland members, both volunteers and staff, will benefit from High Touch Technologies’ generous donation of more than $5,300 toward 20 iPads for the council.

High Touch, a company committed to providing the best technology and enriching the community, does just that through its continued support of Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland.

High Touch President & CEO Wayne Chambers has served as a Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland Board member and is currently the council’s Property Committee Chair. Wayne recently received the Thanks Badge, which recognizes volunteers who have had a measureable impact on meeting the priorities of the entire council. Thank you, Wayne and High Touch!

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