Dutch organisations team up with govt to collect laptops for kids, the elderly

Thursday 9 April 2020 | 14:22 CET | News
The Dutch ICT sector will collect laptops for vulnerable groups, together with government and social organisations. Under the name #allemaaldigitaal (let's all go digital), NLdigital, Alliantie Digitaal Samenleven and school board association Sivon will collect used and new laptops and tablets and donate them to people who are not able to now go online.Sivon and Kennisnet will help reach children and SeniorWeb, among other organisations, will look into demand among the elderly.

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Categories: General
Companies: NLdigital
Countries: Netherlands
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