Dukinfield-based computer technology company ZenTec Network Solutions was featured on the BBC last weekend.
Their long-running campaign, which made headlines in The Reporter, was launched in lockdown to help children study at home.
The company continues to collect laptops, desktops, iPads, tablets, MacBooks and iMacs to be donated to families through schools and charities in the Northwest.
We invite anyone interested in donating old devices after Christmas to contact them at [email protected]
Meanwhile, all companies looking to upgrade their systems in the New Year are also urged to keep ZenTec in mind. They require laptops to run Windows 7 and above, but they don’t have to be fully functioning as they can be refurbished.
If anyone would like to help by donating their old technology or hosting a fundraising event or needing help, please contact us on 0161 359 3986, [email protected] or through the website . www.zentecns.co.uk
The company has donated more than £ 100,000 of technology to local schools, charities and good causes throughout the pandemic.
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