How to donate laptops for home learning amid COVID19 lockdown

Posted on: January 21, 2021

Ten months after the first national lockdown, with schools across England once again closed due to the pandemic, it is clear that many students still do not have access to a computer, laptop or data. Here are some of the initiatives that have been launched, or re-launched, to tackle this as a matter of urgency.

The lack of access to digital technology for all pupils is demonstrating existing inequalities in households. Now that the government has agreed that children in England without access to sufficient technology at home may now attend school, school numbers have gone up in many places, and these children and their families face the further disadvantage of being exposed to  in a way in which more affluent families are not.

One point to make early on: please do not turn up to a school to drop off donated technology. Apart from  safety issues, they will not be set up to accept, handle, store, refurbish and distribute technology equipment. You should use some of the services featured here.

Read more at UK Fundraising, here.

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