Sancon Commissioning helps connect low-income Calgarians in a digital world
With the growing need to be online for education and work due to the pandemic, Sancon saw a need to help bridge the gap to get online access to all Calgarians.
In August, Sancon’s Chief Operations Officer, Jonathan Evans dropped off twelve laptop and desktop computers to the Calgary Drop-In Centre, as well as five laptops to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Calgary to help low-income Calgarians. These computers will be used to help families and individuals access their education, jobs and resources online to help address the continuing demand for online accessibility for those less fortunate.
“Working collaboratively with our community partners including the Calgary Drop-in Centre and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Calgary, allows Sancon to deliver on its mantra of ‘Better Community Outcomes’.”Jonathan Evans, Chief Operations Officer
Sancon will continue to support our community builders such as the Calgary Drop-in Centre and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Calgary to create a culture that is engaged, collaborative and diverse.
To learn more about our Community Social Responsibility policy, check it out here: https://sanconltd.com/2021/06/10/delivering-better-community-outcomes/