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Twilio.org invests $250,000 in Edovo’s digital communication tools for inmates

Twilio.org, the social impact arm of telecommunications API provider Twilio, announced today that it has invested $250,000 in Edovo, a social enterprise that provides digital tablets to incarcerated inmates. Twilio.org’s Impact Fund also awarded its second round of grants to three nonprofits: International Rescue Committee (IRC), MindRight, and Caravan Studios. According to Edovo, 12 milli
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