Intervest supports the collection of laptops for vulnerable young people in Mechelen
All of us are currently being confronted with the consequences of the measures imposed to limit the spread of the coronavirus.
We are all contributing by staying at home, applying social distancing rules and showing solidarity towards others.
Intervest is also showing its solidarity by responding to the call from the City of Mechelen and Deelbaar Mechelen, an association of volunteers active in the sharing economy and combatting social exclusion, for the collection of laptops for vulnerable and disadvantaged young people in the region. After all, they too need, and are entitled to, education at home during the lockdown.
Intervest did not hesitate to help with this need and provided 13 laptops to Deelbaar Mechelen this week.
We’re in this together!