Kevin Jonas Unveils AOL Media Room at the Ronald McDonald House

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Kevin Jonas helped bring the gift of technology to the kids at the Camp Ronald McDonald House in New York City on Friday.

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Kevin Jonas helped bring the gift of technology to the kids at the Ronald McDonald House in New York City on Friday.

The oldest Jonas Brother helped unveil the brand new technology room and even helped some of the youngsters use the computers. Fifteen computers were donated with each work station set up for one-on-one tutoring, and group learning scenarios for children in treatment, as well as their siblings staying at the House. The Ronald McDonald House New York is a "home away from home" for pediatric cancer patients and their families as they seek treatment in the New York City area.

The day before, Kevin joined Joe Jonas on stage at the Best Buy Theater in NYC. If you missed it, watch it here.

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