Laptops for Schools Scheme - Update


We would like to thank everyone for your generosity and kindness in response to our Laptops for School scheme.

Following the BBC’s coverage of our campaign, we have received extraordinary interest and have carried out hundreds laptop/device donations to date.

We are no longer able to collect donations from individuals, due to logistical reasons, however if you wish to send your device in, we would be more than happy to carry out refurbishments, provided it complies with the following: 

  • Working condition (no lines on screen, keyboard all keys present, trackpad buttons work, no cracks, broken hinges, laptop can keep power on) 
  • Windows 10 compatible – look for a sticker stating windows 7/8/10 
  • Laptop to be delivered to the ITVET Office 
  • Power Adaptor 

Please note, we do not accept the following: 

  • iPads or Tablets 
  • Windows Vista/XP 
  • Non-working 

If your company has any unwanted laptops that they would be willing to donate, please get in touch, as we are still collecting laptop donations from businesses.   

ITVET team member installing a new Solid State Drive

ITVET team member installing a new Solid State Drive

We know there are still many people who would like to help but are not able to donate a laptop. So, we have launched a fundraising campaign GoFundMe to supply each laptop with a new Solid State Drive(SSD) to enable faster performance and laptop capacity, whilst reducing the turnaround to schools and increasing the lifespan of the laptop for schools. 

Help change the lives of disadvantaged pupils to ensure they get the education they deserve.