The Star: How South Yorkshire firm's £400,000 will help families get connected

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South Yorkshire firm, AESSEAL have donated £400,000 to the Laptops for Kids campaign.

The Star: How South Yorkshire firm's £400,000 will help families get connected

South Yorkshire firm, AESSEAL have donated £400,000 to the Laptops for Kids campaign. This will be used to purchase dongles to help pupils get connected as well as to supply laptops to 1,500 households in Rotherham.

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Rotherham is the latest area to launch the campaign to help tackle the digital divide and will be joining Lancaster, Barnsley, Doncaster and the North East, who are all running schemes in partnership with Laptops for Kids.

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We are talking to major employers, laptop manufacturers and mobile network operators in our campaign to close the digital divide in Doncaster.

Donors include DLA Piper, the UK's largest law firm, Benchmark Consult, a leading tech recruiter, and local charities.

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