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Mercury laptop donation supports access to quality education at St Audoen’s NS, Dublin
We are delighted to have recently collaborated with St. Audoen’s National School, Dublin, by donating laptops to their incredible students, which will provide them with further opportunities to access quality education.
Mercury is passionate about education and we are firm believers in the importance of investing in personal development to promote lifelong learning opportunities. We are delighted to provide students with equipment that will enhance their learning.
St. Audoen’s NS is one of Ireland’s oldest schools and is located in the Liberties, Dublin 8, a community close to the National Children’s Hospital project, where Mercury is a key contractor.
Speaking in acceptance of our donation, Eilish Meagher, Principal, said: “This donation will improve the educational attainment of the children of St. Audoen’s National School. These extra resources will be most beneficial in developing our student’s IT skills.”
Mercury is proud to be part of such a wonderful community and alongside St. Audoen’s we strive to help support every student’s effort to succeed. We are very impressed with the school’s ethos and values of ‘Be the best you can be’ and admire their core values of ‘Respect, Encouragement, Trust, Appreciation, Empathy and Belonging.
We are dedicated to making a positive and lasting impact in the communities in which we operate, which is why we are committed to supporting a number of schools across Europe in cities such as Paris, Frankfurt and Dublin.
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