It's really hard times. So heavy that it could be felt by all of us. A coronavirus pandemic has paralyzed many places in the country. It affected many aspects of everyday life. Entrepreneurs, employees of many smaller and larger companies and even children suffer. I will talk about children. There is a small town in Poland, Godziszewo in Starogardzki poviat. There is a primary school named after priest Franciszek Sawicki. Fantastic kids, very smart, talented and good children learn at this school. Children who love to learn, spend time with their peers, like to play, laugh and go on school trips. But now, in the age of pandemics, it has turned out that they cannot do these things. They cannot study or meet their friends from the school bench. They can't learn efficiently because they don't have computers. There are many such children. It is very sad that some children and parents could not admit it ... Yes, I know, we have the twenty-first age and everyone should have a computer, telephone or tablet at home, but some families are not affected because in the first in order parents need to provide their children with other needs, more important. Technology and computers are not so important and needed for life. Today it turned out differently. They are very necessary.
Teachers still send learning materials. It's good, but they send in the form of PDF documents, which you need to open a PC or laptop. Some children receive printed materials, but this involves constantly leaving the house to pick them up and putting themselves and others at risk. Printed materials are very large piles of paper that later go to destruction. Let's not let this happen. Please, don't leave these children alone. They are wonderful and have wonderful parents who would do anything for them, but many of them can't afford it.
As the president of the INCENSUM Foundation and as a person privately and emotionally associated with the Primary School and the town itself, I feel obliged to help these children. I hope that in cooperation with the wonderful Mrs. Mayor, who was very happy that such a collection would be created. I hope that we will be able to raise funds for even a few or even one computer.
Every penny counts. If someone wants to help but cannot afford financial help, it will help us a lot by making this collection available.
Supporting children by offering equipment needed for learning will also be a great help. If someone has an unused computer, laptop or tablet and would like to give it to us, they can send it to us.
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Thank you very much for all your help and heart! :)