Harrisons Homes Support Computers for Schools Scheme

Community   |   November 12, 2021   |   Liz


Back in February, we got involved with Stephen Brown’s Computers for Schools fundraising initiative. To help to provide much needed computer equipment to schools. Harrisons Homes purchase a laptop under the scheme and donated it to Fulston Manor school in Sittingbourne.

We have been following Stephen’s progress.  With the support of Agents Giving he has pulled agents together across the UK to support the scheme.  As of the time of writing this blog. The scheme has raised over £85,000 and donated 741 laptops/tablets and 12 dongles to schools nationwide.

What is even more remarkable, is that Stephen’s wife Sam, sadly passed away from a terminal illness whilst Stephen was fundraising for schools.  Stephen is now fundraising in Sam’s memory, and hopes to raise £200,000 to help provide learning opportunities to many more disadvantaged children nationwide.

We wanted to get involved. This time around we would focus on supporting primary aged children across Swale.

Usually agents pledge to donate on each completed sale (similar to our ongoing donations to Holding On Letting Go).  After 20 completed house sales, agents are gifted a laptop. For the agent to then donate to a school of their choice.  Or, after 5 completed sales agents are given a tablet to donate.

But there’s more…

That’s not all though. Our friends and supporters over at Shore Way Marketing have pledged to match our donations to this scheme.  So now we will be giving a laptop to a local school after every 10 completions or a tablet after 3.

There will be many different ways that the community can nominate their school for a laptop or tablet, follow our facebook or Instagram accounts to find out more.

If you would like to know more about the computers for schools scheme.  Please visit


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