ILM Highland has generously donated 50 refurbished Chromebooks to Stella’s Voice to help Ukrainian refugees in Moldova. This will enable them to connect with family and friends, to apply for work and to access resources and support.
ILM has a valued reputation of refurbishing electrical appliances, which are sold in Alness and online throughout Highland. Profit is reinvested to support ILM’s charitable activities that help local vulnerable residents in Ross-shire and Sutherland to stay living at home safely and independently through funded home improvement services.
Stella’s Voiceprovides care, education, and jobs that are protecting the world’s vulnerable from human trafficking. Since the war broke out, Stella’s Voice has been helping people fleeing war-torn Ukraine in Moldova. Mark Morgan, European director said: “We have supported a number of women who were at risk and have come to us. The generous donation of refurbished Chromebooks from ILM Highland will help to provide vital digital support and connectivity.”
Martin Macleod, CEO said: “We proudly support Stella’s Voice and are happy to be able to assist. All the charity work we do is to help the most vulnerable. We also very much support the circular economy and undertake reuse of appliance and devices wherever possible helping to save both people and planet.”