Moy Park donates Chromebooks to local schools

Moy Park donates Chromebooks to local schools

Orlaith Cullen & Nicole Bush from St. John’s The Baptist College are pictured alongside Angeline Quinn and John Neil from Moy Park.

Staff Reporter


Staff Reporter


Leading food company Moy Park has donated over 160 Chromebook computers to schools and colleges in Northern Ireland, providing much needed digital resources for local pupils.

This new initiative builds on Moy Park’s range of existing and long-established community measures and has been delivered as part of the company’s £1 million Community Support Fund, established in 2020 to support organisations local to its operations across Europe.

Local schools in Craigavon benefited from the donation of Chromebooks to assist with classroom and at home learning. 

Welcoming the donation, Stephen Austin, Principal of St Colmcille’s Primary School said; “The Chromebooks donated by Moy Park will be of great benefit to our pupils by helping to further develop their ICT skills and enhancing opportunities to learn through our Virtual Learning Environments. On behalf of our school community, we would like to extend our sincere thanks to Moy Park for the very generous donation.”

Kirsty Wilkins, HR & Performance Director, at Moy Park said; “At Moy Park we are committed to maintaining strong roots in the communities where we operate. Through our Community Support Fund, we’ve been able to support many organisations and provide vital funding for so many important projects. We are delighted to help young students in this way and hope the Chromebooks provide some much-needed resource to local students.”

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