MMRIT donates PCs to a junior school in West Sussex to improve children’s learning environment.
MMRIT have joined up to the Business2Schools programme as part of their corporate social responsibility to reduce waste, impact on the environment and give back to the community.
Under MMRIT’s commitment with the Business2Schools programme, MMRIT has provided unwanted PCs to the Rose Green Junior School in Bognor Regis, West Sussex.
Carl Chapman, Managing Director of MMRIT comments:
“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.”
Philip Craig, Headteacher for Rose Green Junior School comments:
“There are several computers across the school which are just getting slower and slower and have reliability issues. These donated PCs from MMRIT will have a huge impact on the staff and students across the school.”
Lindsey Parslow, Chief Executive of Business2Schools comments:
“School computers and laptops are on a ten year replenishment, whilst business tech is changed every 3-5 years. The Rose Green Junior School were the first school to receive computers from us and last year their SATs went above National Average for the first time! The effects of these donations are far more wide reaching than just re-homing the things you don’t need.”
The Business2Schools programme is an initiative to reuse unwanted IT equipment giving them a new lease of life in schools across the UK.