We’re donating Raspberry Pi personal computers to those in need. One of the things we’ve learned over lockdown is how important it is for young people and their families to have digital access at home.
If you or someone you know is under 18 and in need of a computing device, fill out an application form by clicking here.
The Raspberry Pi foundation is a registered charity dedicated to increasing access to the power of computing for people all over the world. Alongside donations of their landmark devices, they engage millions of young through a thriving network of clubs and events designed to increase digital literacy across the population. You can learn more about Raspberry and their work on their website.
We’ve been lucky enough to receive their Raspberry Pi 400 devices to give away to local children and young people in need. The Raspberry Pi 400 is a fully functioning computer built into a keyboard, and will be provided alongside a mouse, power supply, micro HDMI to HDMI cable, and an SD card preloaded with Raspberry Pi OS. There’s even the official Raspberry Pi Beginner’s Guide to help show you how to get the most out of your new computer!
Fill out a form today, and if you’re eligible, we’ll arrange the free delivery of a personal computer to your home.