Hussey Gay Bell Gifts Chromebooks to SCCPSS
Savannah, GA – Hussey Gay Bell has donated nearly $5,000 worth of Asus Chromebooks to Savannah-Chatham County Public School System to provide devices to children in need of electronic learning devices to continue their Independent Learning Days from home for the remainder of the school year and into summer due to COVID-19.
“This donation is just one part of Hussey Gay Bell’s emergency response to the pandemic in these stressful and challenging times. All of our educational clients are adapting to this fluid situation and working to find ways to provide learn at home devices to those most in need and this donation is something we felt compelled to do. Education impacts everyone in our community. This is our way of showing just one of the communities in which we do business that we support them,” said Hussey Gay Bell CEO, Holmes Bell.
“This type of donation fulfills SCCPSS’ vision of preparing all students for productive futures, supporting our effort to improve lives,” Dr. Levett said. “SCCPSS is so grateful for this donation from one of our corporate and community partners and will use these devices to continue to provide distance education to children that are the most in need of them in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.”
SCCPSS has plans to distribute the Chromebooks with priority placed on students at Bloomingdale Elementary School.