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Our Technology Programme Having access to electronic devices is more important
than ever for both children and their families.

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Devices donated to children via schools,
youth clubs, refugee centres and councils

On behalf of Cystic Fibrosis Care we send Little Lives UK an enormous thank you for your exceptional generosity in supporting children and teenagers who suffer with Cystic Fibrosis. By providing these valuable devises you will be helping 14 children to be able to receive home schooling through these tablets and to continue their education through technology which is so vital for their future during these most difficult times in the pandemic. Our charity works to access the care CF patients need to improve the quality of their life and minimise their daily struggle, and we cannot emphasis how grateful we are for your tremendous support.

– Cystic Fibrosis Care

Thank you so much for your charity’s generosity. You have given us more that we could have dreamed of and each of those devices will mean that another child or children will be able to access the remote home learning we provide during this lockdown (when will it end?) It will mean that a child will no longer be staying up late in order to have their turn to do some learning. It will mean that a child can now do their work using a bigger screen than their parents’ small smart phone. Our families and pupils are truly grateful for what you have given us.”

– Stag Lane Primary School

Despite the developments there have been in the technological world, there are still hundreds of children around the UK that don’t have access to technological devices. We understand how vital it is that children are able to learn online, not solely for their education, but to communicate with their friends and for learning essential skills that can develop their career prospects in later life. In order to guarantee that children can acquire electronic items, we’ve launched our Technology Programme. We will donate up to 25 electronic items per donation to schools and other children’s organisations that are in need of support.

About the Programme

  • We aim to tackle technology poverty that many children and families in the UK face by donating as many electronic items as we can. Children have suffered greatly over the past year with school closures forcing them to learn virtually from home. To further help with their education and to enhance their career prospects, Little Lives UK want to ensure that more children can learn online through our donations.

  • We will be offering donations to organisations that work with children throughout the UK. The programme is aiming to help children develop, by assisting them with their education and by learning more skills online. We work with schools, youth clubs, charities and councils that help to support children with their social, physical and mental well-being.

  • We can support organisations by offering up to 25 electronic devices. There is no minimum number of items that can be applied for, and you can specify which type of device you would be looking to receive. We will also include a piece about our donation to your organisation through our social media channels and on our website.

Eulina - Queen's Park Primary School, London

Eulina - Queen's Park Primary School, London