Schools, charities and community groups across Wiltshire and Swindon are to be helped by a new not for profit organisation being launched this week, (September 30, 2020) which aims to bridge the digital divide.
The idea came to us at the beginning of lockdown to refurbish and donate unwanted laptops to help students with home schooling. We are overwhelmed and humbled by the success of our laptop recycling initiative.
We're excited to announce that Priority IT will be given a spell in the limelight as part of this year’s Small Biz 100, a national campaign highlighting some of the UK’s most inspiring small businesses.
We have now helped over 100 children and young people since the beginning of May, by donating refurbished laptops in an attempt to bridge the digital divide across the county.
A heart-warming initiative has been announced by Priority IT this week, as we begin to donate laptops to children and young people who are being home schooled.
In the summer of 2019, we ran a survey for our clients. We are always striving to out-do ourselves and offer the best possible service. So, we wanted to make sure we were delivering on this and could see what more we could offer clients in order for us to develop.