Persons Associated with Visual Impairment (PAVI) have expressed their gratitude to the Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society and Massy Motors Ltd for their donations of computers and equipment.
The donation came after the main computer at the Non-Governmental Organisation was stolen during a break-in sometime over the weekend of November 15 to 16.
Aside from the computer, some petty cash was also stolen along with what PAVI termed valuable information.
The office, located in St Augustine, was also ransacked.
The Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society and Massy Motors donated a state-of-the-art computers and equipment to PAVI.
PAVI offered its “sincere thanks” to the companies for their assistance.
In addition, PAVI President, Bhawani Persad also thanked the many members of the public for their outpouring of support after hearing the news of the break-in at the office.
Persad said since the theft, the NGO has been beefing up its security.
“Together with our landlord steps have been taken to mitigate against any similar type of situation in the future.”