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Thinking of Christchurch

It’s difficult to watch any tragedy unfold – it’s even more difficult when it is happening at home. Thankfully all our friends, family and colleagues in Christchurch, NZ are well. But many others aren’t.

Thanks to all of you that have send kind words and thought of us. While every New Zealander has been impacted in some way, there are many hurting at home. Here are a few of the places you can make donations:

If you have ideas and thoughts on what we could be doing, let us know. At Dell we are reaching out to the local community and offering all the assistance we can. We have today supplied gratis Dell Latitude laptops to the Salvation Army, and St John (both are Dell customers) who are doing emergency work in Christchurch. Thanks to all their people for the incredible work they are doing.

We are also responding to other requests for replacement systems by Government and Enterprises. If you need help, please let us know.

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