Vertiv supports education of disadvantaged kids
Vertiv has said it will donate a percentage of its sales to assist the educational needs of disadvantaged children in Australia and New Zealand.
From now until the end of June, $50 from the sale of every Liebert GXT5 UPS will be given to children in need of support.
The initiative is being undertaken in conjunction with The Smith Family in Australia and KidsCan in New Zealand to help raise funds that will benefit the education of kids across ANZ.
The Liebert GXT5 UPS (uninterruptible power supply) is designed for harsh environments, offering premium power outage protection and continuous power conditioning in a compact and flexible design to protect critical infrastructure in both centralised and edge network applications.
As Australia’s largest national education-oriented charity, The Smith Family supports disadvantaged Australian children to participate fully in their education, giving them the best chance at breaking the cycle of disadvantage.
KidsCan supports the education of thousands of children in 740 low-decile schools and 25 early childhood education centres throughout New Zealand, providing food, shoes, socks, fleece-lined Vodafone Warriors raincoats and basic hygiene items.
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