SACO, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- For the past 15 years, Grahamtastic Connection has provided hundreds of seriously ill children and their families computers and internet connectivity to help kids keep connected with their friends and family while they are receiving treatment.
"You can't drive the program, the technology drives the program," stated Grahamtastic's founder, Leslie Morrisette, who vowed to help families find information and stay in touch after her son's courageous battle with cancer.
Jenna Posey received the first computer Morrisette gave away.
"It was a huge, big Mac Quadra that I could barely carry with my own hands and it was dial-up internet, the beep, beep, beep, and it was slow," recalled Morrisette. "Once I gave away that first computer I realized that my life would never be the same and it just felt so good to give back."