Evnia Donates Computers and Technological Equipment to the Robotics Class of Stavroupolis’ 18th Primary School – Inspiring Curiosity

We are happy to announce our latest corporate responsibility project: a donation of computers and technological equipment to the robotics class of the 18th Primary School in Stavroupoli, Greece!

At Evnia, we believe that seeking knowledge is an everlasting journey and that education is the first step in that journey. Inspiring curiosity is essential in learning, especially when it comes to children. That is why we are delighted to support the efforts of the teachers, students and parents of the 18th Primary School of Stavroupoli. With the creation of the robotics class, the school has taken the initiative to broaden the students’ horizons, unlock their potential and teach them valuable skills. The formative curriculum allows them to discover scientific concepts and apply them to tangible projects. The students are thus encouraged to develop their creativity and their problem-solving abilities.

We support initiatives that have a positive impact not only on the children’s academic future but also on the communities that they are part of, especially in the long run as they grow to be adults with a developed sense of creativity and scientific curiosity.

Supporting education is one of the focus areas of our corporate responsibility efforts, as we wish to do our part towards the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goal n° 4: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.