More iPad Minis for a Local School

Posted 5 years ago

Abzorb kick started the New Year with a visit to another local school to deliver their prize.

Alongside Steve Beeby, Director of Abzorb, the official prize presentation was attended by Town Chairman and Foundation founder Dean Hoyle at Thornhill’s Early Kick-Off (EKO) breakfast club.

Based in Brighouse, telecommunication and networks provider, Abzorb, ran a competition where local schools were asked to submit a 100 word article explaining how it would best use an iPad Mini for the benefit of its students.

Steve Beeby, Director at Abzorb, added:

“What a great start to the year at Thornhill Junior & Infants School, our fifth iPad Mini competition winner. 

It was good to meet Dean Hoyle and the rest of the team and we would like to thank all the staff at The Town Foundation for getting Abzorb involved in EKO breakfast club and for helping to co-ordinate the competition and presentation. 

It’s always a good start to the day to meet the children who will actually benefit from using the iPads.”

According to the Huddersfield Town Foundation Charity, ‘The EKO project now serves over 1,000 healthy and nutritious breakfasts to local youngsters each and every morning. This has been made possible by the generous donations of local businesses and individuals across the area.  Since its inception two years ago, the initiative has now served over 215,000 breakfasts!'

Abzorb donated iPads to Thornhill J & I school

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