CHARITIES

Since 1997 ComputerAid have helped over 14.5 million people worldwide. Providing over 260,000 computers in over 100 countries, enabling over 1 billion hours of learning. Their aim is to build a world where everyone has equal access to technology.

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Every six minutes in the UK, one more person loses their sight. Every day, 250 more people join the 2 million already living with sight loss. Guide Dogs exists to provide life-changing services to the people affected. Their ambition is a future where every person with sight loss has the confidence and support to live their lives to the full. 
 
Guide Dogs is the largest national provider of services to children and young people with sight loss. Childhood sight loss is on the increase so the need for children and young people’s services (birth to 25 years) has grown 
 
Guide Dogs offer family and education support, access technology, recreational activities and their CustomEyes books, which are large print books in the font, size and paper colour to suit a child/young person’s specific eye condition, covering the latest fictional and factual best sellers and educational textbooks