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Local Estate Agents Donate Laptop to Saint George’s CE Secondary Phase
Tuesday 2nd March 2021
Saint George’s Church of England School received a brand new laptop from the Managing Director of a local Estate Agents this morning.
Mac Cheema, Managing Director of Keller Williams Meldone Estates, visited the school to hand over a new laptop to the Deputy Head and the Leader of Business, Careers and Enterprise.
Deputy Head of Saint Georges CE School, Michelle Smith, was extremely delighted to receive the laptop: “We are so appreciative that the local business community, despite the challenges faced in the current climate, is giving back to local schools and enabling our students to benefit from access to another laptop.
“Mac Cheema and his company Keller Williams truly represent the values that we teach Saint George’s students of stewardship and thankfulness.
“Thank you again to Mac and the charity Agents Giving for the generous donation of a brand new laptop”
Deputy Head Michelle Smith and Leader of Business, Careers and Enterprise, Claudia Jordan receiving a brand new laptop from Managing Director of Keller Williams-Meldone Estates MD, Mac Cheema.
Keller Williams Meldone Estates are supporting a number of local charities in the area, supported by AgentsGiving
. They are getting behind the Estate Agency Industry in the UK to help raise funds for “The Computers For Schools” initiative to purchase and donate tablets to children and families who are sadly lacking access to IT devices in our local communities.
Mac Cheema said: “Today I had the pleasure of donating a new laptop to Saint George’s CE school to assist their pupils and improve opportunities for their futures.
“I am extremely happy to help out the local school and it was an honour to meet Claudia and Michelle”
The industry is coming out in force to help raise funds in all our local communities to provide less fortunate children with computers, laptops and tablets which will provide much needed help and support with their online learning and home-schooling during this lockdown.
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