The pair have already donated one themselves and another has been donated from Haddon Building Services, and while they would like to encourage more businesses to join them, they have also launched a fundraiser so people can get involved at smaller amounts.
Speaking to Peterborough Matters, they said: "We've managed to get one laptop and one donated, but we want to get more people involved.
"At the moment, some children aren't involved in the Teams chats at school because they can't get online, so we wanted to help.
"This could make all the difference to a family, especially if they don't have a laptop at all, parents would be able to apply for jobs too."
On their Go Fund Me, they added that it was important for children to still get the same access to education and social skills throughout the pandemic.
They added: "Please donate to this great cause, we can't change the world with this, but we can change a family's world."
To donate, click here.