Schools in Africa are benefiting from regular donations by Lister Unified Communications.
The Stonehouse-headquartered company’s IT services department, SitM, is ensuring their old laptops, monitors, PCs and other IT equipment are put to good use.
All data is erased from the hard drives and the computers are then tested, refurbished, upgraded and packed before being sent out to Africa.
IT Schools Africa is a Cheltenham headquartered international charity, operating across 5 countries, with a vision to transform lives through access to e-Learning.
Bev Hayward, Donations Co-ordinator at the charity said: “We are so proud to be able to transform lives through IT education in Africa and hope that you will continue to support us in the future. We are always in need of computer donations.”
Lister is encouraging anyone who has a computer or IT equipment they no longer have a use for, to donate it to a good cause and help those in need.