Willmott Dixon pledges laptop donations to support digital upskilling

The independent structure and property services firm provides pledged to donate around 400 laptops per year to individuals who need them many within its ‘Building Life Through Tech’ program to help those generally in most need through the pandemic and address electronic poverty in communities.

Up to now, Willmott Dixon offers donated over 75 notebooks to local schools, interpersonal community and enterprises organizations to greatly help people study, find function and run companies.

The laptops result from across the corporation and are made prepared for reuse by Willmott Dixon’s IT group before being donated with their new owners within its Building Lives technique to improve the living likelihood of society’s most vulnerable individuals.

Alan Ramsay, Chief Details Officer at Willmott Dixon mentioned: “Helping those that need it most through the pandemic will be at the center of our ethos and had been behind our Building Lifestyles Through Tech program. This seeks to handle wider electronic poverty by donating our recycled IT products to under-privileged groupings via schools, interpersonal enterprises, community interest businesses, charities or additional organisations.

”The pandemic provides accelerated the necessity for technology to function and learn, and we have been pleased with the impact our program shall possess on people’s life opportunities.”

An overarching goal of Willmott Dixon’s ‘Now or In no way’ sustainability strategy would be to enhance the full lives of 100,000 individuals, with the Building Lifestyles Through Tech program instrumental to attaining this.