Computer Aid has become the first ever UK charity to receive a Royal Warrant for its computer recycling services.
The warrant officially recognises Computer Aid for its work with Buckingham Palace, and allows it to use the Royal Arms on its marketing and communications materials.
Computer Aid has provided more than 220,000 computers to organisations in over 100 countries since its launch in 1998. The charity has plans to expand its global IT programme this year.
Keith Sonnet, Chief Executive at Computer Aid, said: “Everyone at Computer Aid is delighted to have been honoured in this way and it was a reflection of the high quality service they provide.”
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