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Dennis Oliver
Newfoundland
$1,000
November 10, 2016

My name is Dennis Oliver, founder of Turtle Rest and Retirement Villa. I live in St. John's, Newfoundland CAN and spend my days caring for over 40 rescued turtles from my province.
I installed Charity Engine on my home PC less than a year ago, certainly never expecting to win. Was I ever surprised when I was notified that I had been drawn! Thanks Charity Engine!

Matt Harrison
Maine, USA
$1,000
May 19, 2016
I am a web developer in Maine. I have a passion for all things that are open source. If I can find a piece of software that is open source that I can use instead of a proprietary version, I will choose that one. In addition to working on the computer, I enjoy spending time in the Maine outdoor with my wife and son.

I started using Charity Engine in December of 2011. I had been using BOINC on and off prior to that. I found Charity Engine to support the same types of computation in addition to supporting charity work so I have been running it ever since.

 

Anonymous
USA
$1,000
(Donated his prize to Sightsavers)
February 19, 2016

At his request, this prize winner donated his $1000 prize to Sightsavers and wishes to remain anonymous.

A wonderful gesture, bravo sir!

Fahd Mokaddem
France
$1,000
November 20, 2015

I'm a software engineer from France; I love science, computing and technology. BOINC is one of the greatest idea humankind could come up with, and Charity Engine makes it even more attractive to us ambitious folks with these prizes.

So, it's win/win for all of us. Install charity engine and be a bi-winner like me - I win here and I win there, now what?

Jeff Chamberlain
Oregon, USA
$2,000
(Also won 8 July 2014 draw!)
August 20, 2015

Growing up I learned to use what we have and do the best we can with it. So now comes along Charity Engine which uses computers and current technology where we can all share in productive commercial work while doing good contributing to charity organizations on the other side. 

The leaders of CE thought of putting together a Prize draw. How much more fun can you have computing with a chance to win? The winnings can be put back in to the computing/power resources, your family fund or even given back to charity. 

This makes a lot of sense to me and I have enjoyed the challenge getting it all to work and keeping it running. I encourage you to give it a go as well. Good computing and good luck.