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Crisis at Christmas/Aimar Foundation

Aimar Foundation and IGEL provide thin client terminals at nine Crisis at Christmas locations

Crisis is using its thin client terminals as part of the technology solution provided at nine Crisis at Christmas locations in London, its operational centre as well locations in Birmingham, Coventry, Newcastle and Edinburgh. IGEL equipment is part of a total IT package provided to Crisis at Christmas by the Aimar Foundation, as part of its strong culture to give back to the communities it works in. 

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Crisis at Christmas/Aimar Foundation

Crisis is a UK national charity for single homeless people.

Last year, Crisis at Christmas centres served 32,267 nutritious hot meals, carried out 795 health screenings, repaired 605 items of clothing and delivered 1,463 advisory sessions. Around 10,536 volunteers gave up 240,960 hours to help. This year, Crisis will provide around 26 services to homeless guests ranging from counselling, hairdressing, dental and eye care, Internet Cafes – even kennels for pets.  Unfortunately, homelessness is still a major issue in society.  According to research from Crisis, there are 160,000 homeless households in Britain today.

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