The Uckfield Volunteer Centre have recently taken delivery of a photocopier thanks to the generosity of Copier King in Crowborough.
As supporters of the local community, Copier King owners Emma and Charlie Stevens, heard the Volunteer Centre, on Uckfield High Street, were looking for a new photocopier to replace their rather old machine.
The colour photocopier was one of a number previously used in the offices of the Rampion Wind Farm off the Sussex coast. Now the turbines are now operational, 10 nearly new photocopiers were surplus to requirements. The refurbished machines were kindly donated to local charities and community groups, including the Uckfield Volunteer Centre, Artytime in Crowborough and Bowles Outdoor Centre.
Charlie Stevens said:
Copier King now established for 10 years has always had a fresh approach within our industry to put customer experience as the priority, this has helped us over the years to win some big customer contracts.
We are now in a position where we are pleased that we can help non-profit organizations have machines that print, copy and scan which are vital to the day to day running of their business without a large drain of their much needed budgets.
The Copier King “giving back” project is our way of hopefully making sure these invaluable charities will be around for your use not just today but into the future.
Other charities and community groups helped are Compaid, Paddock Wood Advice Centre, The Salvation Army as well as various local nursery schools and churches.
Copier King is based on the Lexden Lodge Industrial Estate at the bottom of Crowborough Hill.