Essex Ford has supplied Every Child Online with a new Ford Transit Custom MS-RT to deliver refurbished IT equipment to schools in Essex.
Every Child Online is a non-profit organisation based in Basildon that refurbishes and redistributes second-hand computer equipment to local schools and other charitable organisations in Essex. Their mission is to tackle digital poverty so that underprivileged children and young adults have access to online learning opportunities and local schools can provide the right digital tools to help their students succeed.
The charity has refurbished and donated over £2.5 million of computer equipment, kindly donated by UK companies and the public.
Essex Ford has recently donated surplus IT equipment to Every Child Online and provided the team with a new Ford Transit Custom MS-RT to help with collections and deliveries.
Mike Tarbard, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of Every Child Online, collecting second-hand IT equipment from Essex Ford in Dunton, Basildon.
The Ford Transit Custom MS-RT certainly makes sound business sense. Powered by Ford’s 2.0-litre EcoBlue diesel engine (giving 405Nm of torque) and with up to 6.8 cubic metres of space in the back, it’s the professional choice for shifting heavy loads. Its fuel-efficient engine will help the charity save pounds on travel too!
For more information about Every Child Online, you can visit EveryChildOnline.co.uk where you can also donate devices or help with their fundraising.