Chicago, Illinois-based Sims Lifecycle Services (SLS), an information technology asset
disposition (ITAD) and electronics recycling company, has donated 30 laptops to
children in need through the Hemmersbach’s Kids Family – Direct Action program.
According to the company, this donation makes it possible for children in India
and Poland who are living in orphanages to access online activities and
educational resources for distance learning programs.
Hemmersbach Kids Family in Nuremberg, Poland, works with 71
childcare facilities, providing all housing, essentials and academic resources
to support their educational and professional development. In India, Hemmersbach
Kids Family similarly engages with orphanages and provides additional health
and educational access and financial support. Together, these programs make it
possible for 1,326 children to receive the help they need each day; 104 take
part in the educational programs, and 430 children benefit from the biofeedback
therapy, according to a news release from SLS.
Lifecycle Services is committed to keeping resources in use for as long as
possible,” says Jelle Slenters, head of business development, EMEA (Europe,
Middle East and Africa) for SLS. “I am pleased that we were able to accommodate
donating these units to the orphanages because it not only supports circular
efforts, but it also offers the benefit of enabling these children to have the
access they need to continue their education from a distance.”
to SLS, its circular economy initiatives help clients keep resources in use for
as long as possible, extract maximum value from those resources while in use and
then recover and regenerate products and materials at the end of their useful
To learn more, visit https://www.simslifecycle.com. For more information about the Kids Family – Direct Action Program, visit https://www.hemmersbach.com/why-us/our-direct-action.