Runwood Homes donates laptops to local scout group
Runwood Homes is proud to announce the donation of surplus laptops to a local youth group, enabling them to achieve their Digital Maker activity badge. The laptops were handed over by Sue Price, Payroll Manager, and Frankie Bird, Business Development Manager, on Wednesday the 25th of October, as part of the organization’s ongoing commitment to supporting local communities.
5th Hadleigh is a local scout’s group based at St Michael’s church in Hadleigh, looking to gain their Digital Maker activity badge. The generous donation of laptops from Runwood Homes will help the group with the necessary resources to achieve their goals.
Sue Price, Payroll Manager at Runwood Homes, said: "As a Scout leader, I know how hard it is at this time to ask people for donations. I thank Runwood for this kind gesture. This has been greatly received by 5th Hadleigh, and they look forward to gaining their badges. This support will undoubtedly make a lasting impact on our scouts, allowing them to grow and learn."
Frankie Bird, Business Development Manager at Runwood Homes, added: "At Runwood Homes we believe in the power of education and technology to transform lives. We are proud to be supporting the scout’s group to explore the digital world and inspiring them to embrace technology with confidence."
Digital literacy is an essential skill in today's fast-paced world. With this contribution, Runwood Homes aims to empower young individuals with the knowledge and tools they need to succeed in the digital age.
For more information, please visit: www.runwoodhomes.co.uk
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