Regional Services and Education Center, Inc. (RSEC) has recently accepted a generous donation from LotLinx, a provider of automotive inventory management and retailing technology based in Peterborough, NH. Founded in 2012, LotLinx is a leading automotive marketing platform that enables dealerships and forward-thinking original equipment manufacturers to automate their retail inventory merchandising with vehicle-specific campaigns. Their donation of laptops, computer monitors, televisions and craft supplies has been distributed to RSEC’s Sunrise Children Center and Vista Learning Center in Amherst as well as the Longview School in Deerfield.
The donation from LotLinx consists of 26 laptops, four computer monitors, several large screen televisions to be used for training and several boxes of craft supplies. The company, which moved from Chicago to Peterborough, had excess equipment and wanted to donate it to non-profit schools that help students with special needs. The donated items have been put into immediate use by RSEC and enabled its schools and children’s center to make needed computer upgrades.
“I cannot begin to describe what an incredibly generous surprise this was,” said Judy Koch, executive director of RSEC. “I am so thankful to Nicole Chagnon, office manager of LotLinx, for reaching out to us. This donation helps us direct as much of our precious resources as possible into our academic program and student support services, which is so critical to help ensure that our students have the best educational experiences at our schools and childcare center.”
The Vista Learning Center and Longview School will give laptops and monitors to faculty and students for day-to-day academic use, while the Sunrise Children’s Center will set aside laptops, monitors and other supplies for each teacher in the school to utilize in their classroom.
PHOTO: Jonathan Hildrey, CFO, LOTLINX and Judy Koch, Executive Director, RSEC