Give away, don’t throw away!

Exeter College is delighted to have been gifted 20 Apple MacBooks from London-based IT Support company, Dr Logic, to help provide IT equipment for music and art students who have experienced increased reliance on technology due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

As working from home becomes the popular choice for many companies, the decision to give up office space has meant that large amounts of technology is increasingly becoming redundant, and companies are looking for charities or good causes to donate their equipment.

This was the case for one of Dr Logic’s clients, an international company with multiple digital brands, who kindly donated 20 Apple MacBooks to students who will benefit enormously from having the specialist equipment to help them progress and achieve on their course.

Donating technology to a much-needed cause benefits everyone; from the recipient to the environment – keeping it out of landfill. Companies deciding to recycle their IT equipment can rest assured they are doing a good thing for humankind and also meeting their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). 

Exeter College and Dr Logic are thrilled to be able to support students with their studies through providing much-loved Apple MacBooks. 

To find out how to recycle IT equipment contact the local council or visit here.