SocialBox.biz and New Horizon Youth Centre partner together to provide homeless youth with laptops

Laptops for homeless people support ( February 2019 update by Jenni ) We’re excited to announce the newest member of our SocialBox.biz platform! We have recently established a new partnership with New Horizon Youth Centre, a London-based charity which serves local homeless youth. Young adults between the ages of 16 and 21 years old are … Continue reading SocialBox.biz and New Horizon Youth Centre partner together to provide homeless youth with laptops

How Corporate Social Impact and Corporate Responsibility programs affect your bottom line

A Socialbox.biz blog post update by Jenni (June 2018) When implementing a Corporate Responsibility program for the first time, many companies can feel overwhelmed and intimidated. After all, creating any new corporate policy from scratch can require plenty of preparation, oversight, and implementation of metrics to measure success. However, studies have consistently shown that CSR … Continue reading How Corporate Social Impact and Corporate Responsibility programs affect your bottom line

New partnerships: Working Chance

A Socialbox.biz blog post update by Jenni (May 2018) We’re excited to announce a new partnership we’ve started with the charity Working Chance! Working Chance allows our social impact programs to reach a new population of UK residents in need—women who have recently been released from incarceration. Many of these ex-offenders have also experienced homelessness … Continue reading New partnerships: Working Chance

Young unaccompanied refugees benefit from laptops so they can do their homework (case study)

We have received this case study from the British Red Cross Young Refugee Service team  who are receiving Socialbox laptops for their client’s digital and social inclusion (April 2018) The client young asylum seeker from Democratic Republic of Congo  who has been attending  the RnB ( Refugees and befriending ) project at the Red Cross … Continue reading Young unaccompanied refugees benefit from laptops so they can do their homework (case study)