Google has created a $5.3 million grant for German-based nonprofits to provide refugees with Chromebooks.

Google has been providing support to charities working with refugees in Europe for months, and in September, the company raised $10 million dollars in aid by matching donations to refugee relief organizations.

The grant, which the company announced in a statement on Monday, will support the launch of Project Reconnect, a program from NetHope to equip nonprofits working with refugees in Germany with Chromebooks, and allow access to educational programs, information about the asylum process, and ways to connect with family members.

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