Computers for a good cause

Computers for a good cause

JOHN Tonkin College computers have been donated to local Charity and Not-for-Profit Organisations in the Peel Region.

Six licensed Windows computers were recently donated to Calvary Youth Services Mandurah Inc.

Calvary Youth Services assist youth with crisis and transitional accommodation.

Manager Lisa Dunne said five computers have gone to local families and students.

“They are all extremely grateful to the school for this donation,” she said.

“The sixth computer is being used in the centre and has a home in the office.”

College manager of Corporate Services Greg Williams said he was pleased the computers that were no longer required at the college could be used by community groups.

Other not-for-profit organisations that have received computers from JTC are Bridging the Gap, Peel Youth Services, Mandurah Wildlife Rescue, Bizlink and Peel connect.