Printers donated to Federal Way Public Schools

Inspirus Credit Union donated three Hewlett Packard LaserJet printers to the Federal Way school district.

  • Monday, December 7, 2015 4:55pm

Inspirus Credit Union donated three Hewlett Packard LaserJet printers to the Federal Way school district.

The printers were previously used by the credit union and range from one year to 13 years old. The three printers were picked up by Copiers Northwest and will be serviced before being sent to the district. Inspirus Credit Union Vice President of information technology Kris Hanson said, “We are happy to give our gently used printers to the Federal Way school district. We are always looking for ways to support the schools in our area, and this is one small way we give back to education.”

The printers are worth an estimated $1,000. This cost will offset the district’s expenses and support the schools budget for information technology expenditures.

The printers have already found new homes within the Federal Way school district, and the district is still in need of additional printers. If you are interested in donating to the district, you can contact the Purchasing Department at 253-945-2076.

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