The HRH Crown Princess Katherine Foundation donated computer equipment to the School for Elementary and Highschool Education “Vukasin Markovic” in Kragujevac, Serbia. This aid will significantly help the pupils to study, and their teachers to have better devices, that will support the important work they are doing.

The new computer equipment which was donated consists of 6 desktop and 2 laptop computers, 1 projector with a screen, and 1 printer with appropriate papers and inks.

The purpose of the donation is to support children who attend school during and after the pandemic of the COVID-19 virus. This generous donation in the amount of 5,500 dollars was provided by Mr. Avery Stirratt and Mrs. Nada Cemovich Stirratt, through the Chicago Lifeline Humanitarian Organization, which works under the patronage of HRH Crown Princess Katherine.

“I am very happy to say that we were able to support the children and the school and that we implemented another important project. We owe exceptional gratitude to Mr. Avery Stirratt and Mrs. Nada Cemovich Stirratt, and the Humanitarian Organization Lifeline in Chicago, for their unconditional help and the love they have in their hearts. And also for their willingness to share that love with others. It is very important for all of us, that we always do our best to support our children and to provide them good conditions for learning and a better childhood” said HRH Crown Princess Katherine.

“We thank Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Katherine, the Lifeline Humanitarian Organization of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Stirratt for donating us the computer equipment. We shall use the computers to improve the teaching process at our school. In fact, they will be used by the students, so that their learning process is made easier through educational content”, said Tatjana Simic, the principal of the “Vukasin Markovic” School for Primary and Secondary Education.

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