Intellerum Internet Safety Program Offers Free Downloads and Chance for Schools to Win $500

York, Feb 28, 2019 ( – Chance for Schools to Win $500

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Intellerum by Datum, a manufacturer of store and charge solutions for education, has announced a new Internet Safety Program for K-12 schools. The program includes a collection of free downloads on internet safety with topics such as online privacy, identity theft, and cyberbullying, and the resources can be downloaded and printed from the Intellerum website. In addition to the free downloads, Intellerum is inviting schools to enter to win a $500 donation to their foundation. To be eligible, schools must create an online-safety-themed display and submit a photo of the display.  

As a manufacturer of the device storing and charging products for education, Intellerum wants to support schools in their efforts to use technology safely in the classroom, said Tyler Bortner, Intellerum product manager. The Internet Safety Program features timely, relevant topics that can be used by teachers, parents, and guidance counsellors to promote safe, responsible online behaviours, and the $500 donation is our way of saying thank you to educators for everything they do for our students.

Schools interested in Intellerums Internet Safety Program downloads and entering to win the $500 donation can visit From there, they can download the free printable resources and fill out a simple form and upload a photo to enter the drawing. Deadline for entries is December 31, 2019

Intellerum manufactures durable, high quality store and charge solutions, including mobile computer carts, stations, lockers, and depots that are proudly made in the USA and are backed by some of the industrys best warranties. All Intellerum products are manufactured in its 200,000-square-foot facility in York, Pennsylvania. Intellerum is part of Datum Storage Solutions, which has been owned and operated by the Potter family since 1968.

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