Asda Kirkcaldy donates laptops to high school to tackle digital exclusion

Viewforth High School collected 10 Dell laptops from Asda Kirkcaldy as part of the supermarket’s initiative to provide over 7000 laptops to schools across the UK to help tackle digital exclusion.

Thursday, 25th March 2021, 8:00 am

The store recently formed a partnership with technology provider Dell to invest over £2 million so that every Asda in the UK could donate at least ten laptops to a school in need in their local community.

It nominated Viewforth High School where there are a proportion of families struggling to access technology.

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Alistair Stewart and Jackie Meek collecting the laptops from Asda community champion Jean Ritchie (centre).

Alistair Stewart, head teacherl, said: “All of us at Viewforth would like to say thank you to Asda for their generous donation of 10 laptops to be provided to young people.

"We have already begun to issue these to young people in need, and I would like to pass on the gratitude of them and their families.”

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