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WHO WE HELP

GETTING DEVICES TO THOSE THAT NEED THEM

We have partnered with 84 different charities, organisations and local authorities to distribute devices

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Total devices distributed

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laptops

3354

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tablets

427

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chromebooks

1273

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iPads

34

phones

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370

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desktops

84

Recent devices distributed
for social good

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laptops

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chromebooks

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tablets

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iPads

phones

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desktops

Oct-23

Refugees

23
8
Oct-23

Refugees

60
20
Oct-23

Homeless

23
8
Oct-23

Refugees

5
2
Sep-23

Refugees

19
8
Sep-23

Disadvantaged children

15
Seo-23

Homeless

19
9
Sep-23

Adult learning

3
Sep-23

Stop reoffending

1
5
Sep-23

Stop reoffending

10
Sep-23

Homeless

1
Sep-23

Disabled/terminally ill

1
Sep-23

Refugees

1
Aug-23

Refugees

40
20
Aug-23

Refugees

1
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For devices distributed in 2021, see our Impact Report

JUST SOME OF THE ORGANISATIONS WE WORK WITH...

...TO HELP THOSE IN NEED

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16 laptops donated to Afghan ladies football team

Following the US and allied forces withdrawal from Afghanistan, many people under threat had to flee, including the Afghan ladies youth football team and their families.    Their dramatic rescue was coordinated by Khahida Popal, a former captain of the team, and Valeria Ignarra of Play for change.  Preeti Shetty, CEO of Upshot and Non-Executive Director of Brentford Football Club, who was organising to get tech devices for the group to help them rebuild their lives in the UK, contacted Laptops4Learning to see if we could help. We were delighted to be able to donate 16 Chromebooks, repurposed from redundant tech made available by Covéa Insurance in Halifax.  We cannot imagine what these brave young women have experienced, but hope that this donation will play a valuable part in helping them build a new life in the UK.  This donation then led us to working with Refugee Connections, getting devices to Afghan refugees in bridging hotels.

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