A Belfast business man has set up a fundraising drive to help a primary school replace stolen iPads.
Moat Primary School in Lisnaskea , Co Fermanagh recently had 37 ipads stolen by thieves on Sunday night. (26/11/2017)
Now Justin Milligan owner of iPhix, has started a fundraising page to help the school replace the stolen 37 ipads.
iPhix has donated £2,000 towards the campaign but a further £6,510 is needed to replace the stolen iPads. iPhix will also be providing the school with iPads at cost price.
“The iPads are an excellent class resource. I believe that education is one of the most important aspects of our lives, it creates the frameworks for our opportunity to succeed.
We should be providing our children with the best opportunities to thrive, and access to modern technology plays a massive role in a modern day classroom.”
To donate to help the school replace the stolen ipads – CLICK HERE
If any parents or friends of the school have any information regarding this burglary, please report to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Very saddened that vandals and thieves broke into The Moat primary school, Lisnaskea and stole a number of iPads. @VGWARRINGTON and I visited the school and met with Principal Felicity Humphreys pic.twitter.com/Oe3nW3uz15
— Rosemary Barton (@barton_uup) November 27, 2017
Weʼre raising £6,510 to Replace iPads for Moat Primary School, Lisnaskea
My company iPhix has donated £2,000 towards this campaign, but a further £6,510 is needed to replace the stolen iPads. We will also be providing the school with iPads at cost price https://t.co/GqnjsOHPFc pic.twitter.com/QhcKWg7Qc6
— iPhix (@iPhix_NI) November 28, 2017