Reusing no longer needed but still usable laptops is even better than recycling – increasing collection of old, usable tech. Join us today !

SocialBox.Biz is a community interest company (CIC) that improves the local community by providing technology based social impact solutions. ( A blog post update Summer 2022) SocialBox.Biz, a Community Interest Company supporting refugees, people experiencing homelessness and other disadvantaged community groups in the UK, is currently increasing their collection of old, usable technology to reuse … Continue reading Reusing no longer needed but still usable laptops is even better than recycling – increasing collection of old, usable tech. Join us today !

JOIN ONE HUNDRED BUSINESS HEROES CAMPAIGN FROM SOCIALBOX.BIZ

SocialBox.Biz has launched its business heroes’ engagement with several partners already leading by example A SocialBox.Biz blog post update by Alex ( November 2021) The Laptops for Homeless Initiative has expanded its horizons to include a long list of partners and recipient organisations. A number of larger business partners are already on board and contributing … Continue reading JOIN ONE HUNDRED BUSINESS HEROES CAMPAIGN FROM SOCIALBOX.BIZ

Scholarships for Refugees and Homeless People in the UK – helping students learn about working together, helping others and collaborating.

Opportunity for participating schools, colleges, universities and local councils to help those who are not able to afford further education by collecting old, no longer needed but still usable tech. Launching a brand new initiative ‘Scholarships for Refugees and Homeless People’ from November 2021 we are going to be helping students learn about working together, … Continue reading Scholarships for Refugees and Homeless People in the UK – helping students learn about working together, helping others and collaborating.

SOCIALBOX.BIZ UPDATE | Change starts at the top | Interview with The Times – Changemakers

Laptops for the homeless, refugees, and older people in isolation update from our October 2021 newsletter – Change starts at the top. Recent events and the ever-changing online services have made it clear that getting laptops and computers into the hands of disadvantaged people has never been more important. A laptop and a connection to … Continue reading SOCIALBOX.BIZ UPDATE | Change starts at the top | Interview with The Times – Changemakers

Importance of ongoing participation in the re-use of old tech locally highlighted by SocialBox.Biz

A Website Post by Heather 4 April 2021 SocialBox.Biz Makes Forward Advance in Digital Inclusion Manifesto with ongoing participation from partners With rampant digital exclusion ravaging the globe due to the pandemic, SocialBox.Biz is trying to do their part to make a change with their long-standing Laptops for Homeless and Elderly Initiative that helps organisations … Continue reading Importance of ongoing participation in the re-use of old tech locally highlighted by SocialBox.Biz

Laptops for the Homeless and Vulnerable Older People Initiative Enriching Lives

A SocialBox.Biz blog post update May 23 2020. The current pandemic has changed the face of life as we know it, but circumstances have become very isolating for the elderly many of whom were already living in isolation and had difficulties getting around. Without access to technology and internet, elderly people have little to no … Continue reading Laptops for the Homeless and Vulnerable Older People Initiative Enriching Lives

SocialBox.Biz Laptops for Homeless and Vulnerable Initiative and Working Chance Help Previously Incarcerated Women Get Back on their Feet

A SocialBox.Biz post by Heather, 20 May 2020 Women who are just released from incarcerated end up on the streets in many cases, but one organisation, Working Chance, is changing this trend by supporting these women to turn their lives around and gain employment. According to Working Chance CEO Natasha Finlayson : “The generous donation … Continue reading SocialBox.Biz Laptops for Homeless and Vulnerable Initiative and Working Chance Help Previously Incarcerated Women Get Back on their Feet