MMRIT donates over £45,000 in IT equipment to The Regis School – a secondary 11-18 academy in West Sussex.
With over ten years of austerity cuts hitting services up and down the country, the education sector has seen a reduction in government funding making it a real struggle for many schools across the country to provide students and staff with the facilities they desperately need.
At MMRIT, we believe that education is pivotal to a child’s learning and development and every child should be given the same opportunities to learn and develop regardless of their background.
With this in mind, we have joined the Business2Schools initiative as part of our corporate social responsibility strategy.
Many of our clients operate within the financial, legal and professional services sector and it is paramount they use the latest IT equipment. As part of assisting with their IT roadmaps and office moves, we offer to give IT equipment and office furniture that would be heading for disposal a new lease of life.
This is where Business2Schools come in. They have launched an initiative in the UK to ensure that anything a business doesn’t want, such as old IT infrastructure and office furniture is instead offered to a school for a second life.
According to Business2Schools:
Carl Chapman, Managing Director of MMRIT comments: