Arbour Hospital has donated ten Kindle Fires to The English High School in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts. The Kindles will be used in the school’s recently renovated library as tools to help improve literacy, add to available technology and better prepare students for life after graduation.

Fully invested in the health of the Jamaica Plain community, Arbour Hospital provides inpatient and outpatient treatment for adults and adolescents dealing with mental illnesses. For more information, visit Arbour Hospital.

Representatives from The English High School in Jamaica Plain, MA accept the donation of Kindle Fires from Arbour Hospital, Jamaica Plain.

From left to right: English High School Headmaster Ligia Noriega-Murphy, Arbour Hospital CEO Eric Kennedy, students, English High School Partnership Coordinator Esmirna Soto, Arbour Hospital’s Community Relations Coordinator Courtney Liferidge, and Director of Outpatient Services Brian Murphy.