Let’s Talk Project receive a generous laptop donation from QTS Group
QTS recently responded to a request for laptops from The Let’s Talk Project, which provides free mental health support to people, from in-person groups and classes to web chat and video calls. The organisation shares a mutual vision with QTS Group, centering around empowering individuals to reach their fullest potential and promoting mental well-being in their local communities.
The donation of these laptops by QTS will serve as powerful tools, enabling some of the newly trained volunteers to have a dedicated ‘work laptop,’ instead of their personal devices. This will allow them to provide online services more efficiently and access more content via Microsoft Office and other online applications. The team will have the opportunity to explore new avenues to extend their reach to a broader audience.
QTS, which has locations across the UK including Preston, has a strong history of assisting local charities across the UK and individuals within local communities including its Youth Athlete programme and Rail Skills Academy. This donation to The Let’s Talk Project emphasises our commitment to local support and mental well-being further.
Simon Dalley, Director at The Let's Talk Project CIC, said:
“We extend our heartfelt appreciation and gratitude to QTS Group for embracing our mission and standing alongside us in the journey towards a more mentally healthy community. Their unwavering commitment to supporting mental well-being has strengthened our resolve and bolstered our impact on the lives of those seeking support.”
“Thank you once again, QTS, for joining hands with us and championing the cause of mental health and emotional well-being.”
QTS Operations Director, Gary Burnett said:
“At QTS, we are always keen to show our commitment to improving the lives and opportunities of those in the communities around us and we are confident this donation will do so.”
“We proudly assist our own staff with their mental health through our Quit the Stigma campaign alongside supporting other local charities. Therefore, we are pleased to have donated these laptops to an organisation with similar values to our own.”