Computers for Schools

Members of Bathavon Rotary Club donate computers to local schools for use by pupils having home learning lessons


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Bathavon Club members, their friends and contacts are donating surplus or unused computers to schools and local charitable orgaizations for use both within schools and by pupils who have no access to devices at home. The computers are cleared of personal information by members of the club prior to donation. The receiving schools or charities will then clear the entire computer prior to installing new software and in many cases replace existing disk drives with new high performance ones.

In addition to donating the computers Bathavon members have also made cash donations to buy new machines for pupils at several schools to meet speciic needs.

Although pupils are resuming regular school attendance the need for computers continues and the club members are still looking for donations of unwanted equipment.

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