The Tech for Kids initiative: Striving to give all kids access to tech

Dec 19 2017, 8:48 pm

Nucleus Networks is a leading Information Technology Service Provider for small to medium sized businesses (SMBs) across Canada. With offices located in Vancouver, Victoria and Toronto, they are a team of experienced IT professionals focused on providing full-time Information Technology Support Services for organizations with three to 350 employees across all industries. They are also currently in the running for Small Business BC’s Best Workplace award.

Not only focused on providing leading IT services to their clients, Nucleus is dedicated to being a positive contributor to their surrounding communities. Tech for Kids is an initiative that was launched, focused on empowering kids with the required technology to become intellectual explorers. Nucleus strives to ensure that all kids, regardless of grade level, have access to technology resources.

Nucleus has an open call to all non-profits organizations, and community organizations that are in need of computers. They have over 40 good workstations (many Dell) that are ready to be deployed – the only thing you’d need to provide is the software (Windows and Office). If your organization could utilize these free resources or if you know of an organization that would benefit from acquiring these workstations, get in touch with Nucleus!

All non-profit organizations, community centres and other organizations that focus on fostering a positive environment for the Lower Mainland’s youth are eligible.

Read more about the Tech for Kids initiative.


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