Operation Support Our Troops of Illinois will give a check for $15,000 to the hospital to help pay for the veterans access to the Internet, the Chicago-Sun Times reported Friday.
"Hines has traditionally been a facility that treated older veterans," OSOTIL President Deborah Rickert said. "With the war in Iraq and Afghanistan, there is now an influx of younger vets with different needs."
The money will be put towards computer wiring in the areas of the hospital where blind patients and those with spinal cord injuries are treated, said Hines spokeswoman Maureen Dyman.
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