29 Nov ENFIELD CHARITY WELCOMES SUPPORT FROM AMAZON TEAM
An educational non-profit organisation has received a £2,000 donation from Amazon’s delivery station in Enfield.
in2scienceUK received the donation as part of the ‘Amazon In The Community’ programme, where the company supports the communities around its operating locations across the UK.
in2scienceUK is a charity that encourages young people from low income backgrounds to progress to university level study of science, technology and engineering and maths (STEM).
The donation will go towards expanding the programme to support young people from low income backgrounds in the North London area.
Following the donation, the team from Amazon in Enfield visited in2scienceUK to meet the staff and learn more about what they do.
Amazon’s Enfield Delivery Station Manager, Kasey Alms, said:
“We were so impressed with the enthusiasm of the staff and students at in2scienceUK. We’re pleased to be able to support the future of young people with this donation and want to thank those involved with in2scienceUK for their continued dedication to our community.”
Rebecca McKelvey from in2scienceUK, added:
“We’re pleased to receive this support from the Amazon team in Enfield. To have an innovative business such as Amazon backing the promotion of STEM subjects to students is so encouraging. This money will ensure that disadvantaged young people with a passion for STEM are given a boost to go on and achieve big things. Thank you again, Kasey and team.”
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