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Hard Candy Cases Foundation for Special Needs Classrooms

The Hard Candy Foundation will donate up to 5,000 ShockDrop cases to protect tablets in the 2014-2015 school year.

Hard Candy Cases will donate up to 5,000 ShockDrop tablet cases to special needs classrooms as way to say "thank you" for its success in the broader K-12 education market.

As mobile device adoption grows in educational settings across the country, tablets are increasingly used in special needs classrooms to help students communicate, enhance motor skills and nurture independence. With the Hard Candy Gives Back Program, the company seeks to offset the costs associated with protecting the tablets from damages. All students need significant protection for their Apple iPad or Android tablet and the ShockDrop Rugged Cases are a perfect fit.

Applications for the 2014-2015 school year will be open until September 2014 or until the maximum of 5,000 cases is reached. See full eligibility requirements below and apply today.

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  • Cases are limited to the regular ShockDrop product line and colors are limited to red or black.
  • Program is offered July 2014 through September 2014 or until 5,000 cases are given away, whichever comes first.
  • Cases are offered to special needs classrooms within public schools within the U.S. (private schools not eligible).


  • Number of cases is offered is for up to 20 per class and limited to 50 per school district.
  • School administrators must certify that the cases are only for use by students within these classrooms for devices already in use or ordered.
  • Cases are not for resale and are only to be used for the intent of this offer.

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