Phone Maker itel Donates Educational Material to Meru Primary School

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Phone maker itel has donated 30 bookshelves, 1000 textbooks, 20 whiteboards, and educational materials such as stationaries and school bags.

Additional donations include tablets, notebooks, and other writing materials to Meru Primary School, Meru, through its Love Always On CSR Initiative.

iTel also makes other devices, including TVs and phone accessories.


iTel is dedicated to making sure consumers enjoy a better life and with a proven track record of selflessly donating to schools and low-income communities around the country, itel believes strongly that children are the future of society and should be treated with care and love. It, therefore, comes as no surprise that they support the education of children and have donated items to aid their learning efforts – says the company in a statement

“We have always had a soft spot for children at itel. And with our Love Always On CSR initiative, we are especially dedicated to creating opportunities for them and supporting their dreams,” says Qi. Peng, itel’s Marketing Manager. “We plan to donate more libraries and educational items to schools around the country, because we believe this is what we should as a brand.”

“This is beyond what we expected. For itel to do something like this for three schools in one day, we are thankful,” says one of the children’s teachers. itel believes it is raising the bar on what brands should be and should do for society at large.


Also, this development shows that itel is attempting to make a positive impact on the children’s education.

The supplies that were donated will help the children in their studies and allow them to have a better learning experience. itel’s donation showcases how brands can make a difference in society.


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