Wakefield Trinity front of shirt sponsors ASUS, have kindly donated laptops to Schools and Councils across the country, including over 50 laptops to disadvantaged children in Wakefield. The laptops were donated via Wakefield Council’s WFConnect digital donation scheme, a great initiative allowing children to access IT equipment for home learning.
Cllr Maureen Cummings, Wakefield Council’s Cabinet Member for Environment, Communities and Poverty, said: “We are so very grateful for all the equipment that has already been donated and distributed to children across the district. A special thank you must go to ASUS, who have donated in excess of 50 new laptops and Chromebooks, a wonderfully kind gesture.
“However, we urgently need more to ensure that our children and young people do not suffer during this lockdown. As well as new equipment, we are asking residents and business to please donate your old or spare equipment so we can continue to support families with home learning during this difficult time.”
The fantastic products donated by ASUS include their Education Windows Notebooks designed for use in a Schools , find out more about the newly launched BR1100 here https://www.asus.com/uk/Laptops/For-Students/Everyday-use/ASUS-BR1100F/
If you have a laptop, notebook or tablet that you would like to donate to the Wakefield Council’s WFConnect scheme, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.