The CIO Leader, a UK website for business focused technology leaders, and other recommended reading for CIOs Laptops for Homeless People Support Initiative https://www.socialbox.biz/homeless-support/ https://www.socialbox.biz/1000-laptops-for-homeless-support/ Click on the image below to enlarge the feature.
A Socialbox.biz blog post release by Alex (1st October 2017) London, the UK – SocialBox.Biz, a London-based technology social enterprise that harnesses the benefits of cloud storage, donated technology, and cybersecurity for bettering the lives of thousands across the United Kingdom, this week excitedly announced they have officially reached their 150 donated laptop milestone towards their … Continue reading A MAJOR MILESTONE REACHED THROUGH LAPTOPS FOR HOMELESS SUPPORT INITIATIVE
A Socialbox.biz blog post update by Alex (27th July 2017) 2017 has been an incredible year thus far for Socialbox.biz with their national, as well as international recognition for their commitment to donating outdated corporate laptops to those in need. Passionate about acquiring laptops that are no longer needed, revamping them, and handing them over … Continue reading Socialbox.biz receives recognition for commitment to sourcing disused corporation laptops for disadvantaged people
A SocialBox.biz blog post by Alex (17th May 2017) Our focus here at SocialBox.Biz is engaging with companies that have a complete supply chain focused on Green and Socially responsible policies. We want to promote companies that work towards the best possible solutions for the environment and social communities, which is why we’re passionate about spreading … Continue reading SocialBox.Biz: promoting the importance of supply chains that are compliant with Green and Sustainability policies
A Socialbox.biz blog post update by Alex (April 4th 2017) The Refugee Support Network (RSN), a full-service organization providing a range of services to help 15 to 25 year olds seeking safety in the UK get into, and stay in, educational structures, is collaborating with Socialbox.biz to provide working laptops to refugees in need. By … Continue reading Socialbox.biz working with Refugee Support Network
SocialBox.Biz, a London-based technology social enterprise determined to use their expertise and knowledge for the betterment of both the homeless in accommodation services, older people living in isolation as well as unaccompanied refugee minors by collecting outdated laptops and re-homing them to those in need. In return, participating corporations and businesses witness incredible Corporate Social … Continue reading Boost the local community and your Corporate Governance with old laptops from your office
What if you knew it was possible to make a meaningful impact in the lives of thousands by partnering up with a corporation’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) movement in 2017? You would surely collaborate and bring in the requested products or materials to know you were part of something bigger. Businesses pursue CSR for an … Continue reading Do companies with more social impact have better quality products ?
We are often asked by members of the public whether we can collect their items as well for our charitable digital inclusion initiative. Unfortunately the costs of doing so often prevents us. However, we do have a number of partners that have kindly provided collection points for us for working but disused donations of of … Continue reading Individuals can now help with digital inclusion through some of our charity partners
Laptops for charities initiative will accept disused but still working laptops. Laptops these days are an integral part of daily life. There are some community initiatives that refurbish computers and offer them to not-for-profit groups low cost. Some organisations may accept donations on a case-by-case basis. While donating old disused Laptops to charities one should also … Continue reading Laptops for Charities Contributes to the Future of Homeless People
According to the Office for National Statistics, in 2014, some 11%, that’s 5.9 million people in the UK had never used a computer. A quite appalling statistic especially as those people are at a disadvantage. They cannot connect cheaply with friends and family nor make full use of social media. They access cheaper goods and … Continue reading Solving Social Exclusion Through Digital Inclusion