Bridgnorth school laptop donation sees company join national industry initiative

An estate agent has joined a national initiative and donated a laptop to a Shropshire school.

Andrew Ainge, branch principal of Nock Deighton, Bridgnorth delivering the laptop to St John's Catholic Primary School headteacher Jessica Buzzing
Andrew Ainge, branch principal of Nock Deighton, Bridgnorth delivering the laptop to St John's Catholic Primary School headteacher Jessica Buzzing

Nock Deighton Bridgnorth donated the equipment to St John's Catholic Primary School At Innage Gardens in association with the Computers for Home Schooling scheme.

The project, set up by property industry figure Stephen Brown, aims to raise £200,000 to provide less fortunate children across the country with laptops and tablets to support their learning.

Andrew Ainge from Nock Deighton made the donation to school headteacher Jessica Buzzing and said the company was pleased to make a contribution to the community.

Fundraising lead Mr Brown said: "As estate agency industry suppliers in the UK, we want to raise £200,000 to provide less fortunate children with comptuers, laptops and tbalets to support their learning.

"Our industry is at the heart of the communities they servce and by donating much-needed equipment we will be helping children that need it most maintian access to educatinon."

The fundraising initiative has so far raised about £60,000.

Mr Brown added: "Your donation will make a huge difference in helping children reach their true potential."

To donate visit uk.gofundme.com/f/kdyztk-computers-for-schools

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