Broadstairs Lockdown Laptop Appeal - February 2021
Time & Location
About The Appeal
Appeal for any unwanted IT equipment, that we data-wipe and refurbish, then Donate to children and young carers to support them with their education during this difficult time.
Charity Exhibition to raise awareness of disadvantaged sectors of society and countries, showcasing the work of charities in the community and encouraging volunteering in charities.
We invite you to visit our Appeal and Charity Exhibition where we will also be donating free laptops to local young carers, students and charities:
Monday 8th February 2021 – 12:00-17:00
Tuesday 9th February 2021– 09:00-14:00
In line with Government guidelines concerning Coronavirus and social distancing, kindly let us know if you would like to join us by: calling on Tel. 03000 112233, or emailing on: email@example.com. In line with Government guidelines concerning Coronavirus and social distancing, kindly let us know if you would like to join us by: calling on Tel. 03000 112233, or emailing on: firstname.lastname@example.org. Full PPE will be available and we ask that all visitors wear a mask and gloves.
You can meet the WEEE Directive, common compliance and CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility targets) with a green, free solution for IT disposal by donating your working end of life IT to Digital Pipeline, a UK registered charity and Microsoft registered Refurbisher.
We accept working, redundant PCs, laptops and associated IT hardware, with a free collection service (t&c’s apply), all memory devices are securely data-wiped to MOD standards. We operate a 0% to landfill policy with usable donations going to UK charities, particularly those which benefit hospices, Ex-Services, volunteers and the people of Africa.
On average five years is added to the lifespan of each computer reducing the carbon footprint. Our aim is to bridge the digital divide, improve education and open up career pathways. To date 1.5 million children have used a PC supplied by Digital Pipeline, this has only been possible with donations of equipment from the UK from something that is essentially seen as rubbish.