20 POWERFUL LAPTOPS WERE DONATED TO THE MILITARY BY THE DUTCH IT-COMPANIES
- November 22, 2022
- Category: Uncategorized
International IT companies, namely valantic Ukraine, Sana Commerce Ukraine and Easygenerator Ukraine, with the assistance of foreign colleagues, collected a batch of laptops to fulfil the need of the military of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Zhytomyr Community Foundation covered all legal aspects and assisted in organizing the delivery of laptops from the Netherlands.
Currently, this military branch needs a significant upgrade of office equipment, 800 workplaces in particular are in need of modernization.
“20 laptops is a very significant help for us. It is very nice that there are companies willing to provide such assistance for free,” said the representative of the structural unit.
“The laptops that we are donating were collected by our colleagues and partners abroad. Three companies: valantic, Sana Commerce and Easygenerator were able to assemble this batch of laptops that arrived in Ukraine and will help both our military and our education to better perform their role in this difficult situation. Our colleagues around the world want to help Ukraine, which is fighting for its independence, which is fighting for Europe, for the world, for human values. Of course, it takes more time than most people expected, but we and our colleagues are ready to help. I hope that the help will keep coming,” said Dmytro Antoniuk, director of the group of companies Sana Commerce Ukraine, Valantic Ukraine and Easygenerator Ukraine.
The head of the Zhytomyr Community Foundation Zhanna Solovyova explained that Sana Commerce and Easygenerator are trusted partners of the organization and have repeatedly helped the Foundation.
“During the period of the full-scale war, Sana Commerce and Easygenerator donated over 100 thousand euros to the Zhytomyr Community Foundation. Thanks to these funds, we managed to help many victims of the war in Ukraine. I hope that cooperation will continue, and the war will end in a victory for Ukraine”, said Zhanna Solovyova.