We can help you reuse your redundant laptops and PCs to help kids in Ukraine!
We’d like to encourage you to let us collect your organisation’s redundant laptops and PCs to support children in Ukraine.
For IT kit collected in June 2022, we donated £1 for every laptop we reused to our charity of the year, Partners Relief and Development, to help kids in Ukraine. We are donating to this special cause – and we still need your organisation’s redundant IT kit.
This money will help fund technology and internet access in the war zones where Partners Relief & Development work – including Ukraine – helping to close the digital gap. We realise that some of you are holding onto your equipment due to economic uncertainty, however, we need your help and support to achieve our charitable donation goal.
Therefore we are extending our campaign to 31st August … but that’s not all, we’re now also donating £1 for every PC as well as every laptop we reuse – to help raise even more for this important cause.
It’s all part of our mission – which is securely repurposing and recycling all our clients’ technology assets, to help achieve digital equality, and reduce E-waste to landfill
What is Partners Relief & Development?
Partners Relief & Development provides aid to children in war-torn communities in Ukraine, Myanmar, Thailand, Bangladesh, Iraq, Syria and Yemen. Their vision is free, full lives for children affected by conflict and oppression and their mission is to ensure children and communities are safe, healthy and have access to education.
We have joined forces with the Partners Relief & Development global team, to achieve something special.
How your old IT kit can aid freedom and fullness …
UNICEF says, “Education is vital to meeting the Sustainable Development Goals.”
Whilst access to education is increasing worldwide, there is still great disparity between the UK and nations aided by Partners Relief & Development.
Communities in conflict areas are left with bare-bones infrastructure. They also have limited access to the devices and internet connection necessary for accessing healthcare, education, work and financial independence.
Globally, 37% of men have internet access but only 20% of women. This is known as the digital gender gap, and it affects children too.
At ICEX GROUP, we are securely repurposing and recycling all our clients’ technology assets, to help achieve digital equality, and reduce E-waste to landfill. Work with us and it can improve your own ESG performance.
With ICEX GROUP as your IT Asset Disposal partner, we may be able to offer a rebate if the IT kit has good residual value. But why not use that rebate to aid communities in need and improve your ESG?