Digital inclusion Manifesto – SocialBox.Biz Takes Stand Against Digital Exclusion

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, 30 Nov 2020 Community interest company aims to end digital poverty in the UK by 2030 The team at SocialBox.Biz has made their stance known: the community interest company is on a mission to help bring about a digitally included society, and their team is working diligently to make this a reality. … Continue reading Digital inclusion Manifesto – SocialBox.Biz Takes Stand Against Digital Exclusion

The SocialBox.Biz Guide to releasing old, yet still useful laptops from offices to those that need them the most

By Peter Paduh,  Founder & Chairman, 3 August 2020. For many years, SociaBox.Biz has been helping those who can not afford any kind of computer. This phenomenon has become known as Digital Inclusion. Don’t Recycle We often hear that organisations are already recycling. But, recycling is not always the best option. The Guide – SocialBox.Biz … Continue reading The SocialBox.Biz Guide to releasing old, yet still useful laptops from offices to those that need them the most

Laptop Rehoming Program to Expand Distribution to Vulnerable Populations Across the UK

A SocialBox.biz blog post update by Jenni (July 2018) Initiatives that build up Environmental Social Governance (ESG) profiles This week, we shared some great news about how our laptop rehoming initiatives are improving our local communities through a press release which reached over 2 million readers. We’re excited to have our efforts recognised by community … Continue reading Laptop Rehoming Program to Expand Distribution to Vulnerable Populations Across the UK

Case Study: Fatimah, a young refugee beneficiary of SocialBox.biz

A Socialbox.biz blog post update by Jenni (June 2018) APRIL 2020 update:  We are receiving case studies that  point out such donations of laptops via SocialBox.Biz Community Interest Initiative over the past years have greatly enriched the lives of clients such as vulnerable young persons who received laptops and are still using them for education … Continue reading Case Study: Fatimah, a young refugee beneficiary of SocialBox.biz

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

CIO Leader features Laptops for Homeless support initiative

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 MAJOR MILESTONE REACHED THROUGH LAPTOPS FOR HOMELESS SUPPORT INITIATIVE

A Socialbox.biz blog post release by Alex (1st October 2017) London, the UK – SocialBox.Biz, a London-based technology social impact venture that harnesses the benefits of cloud solutions, 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 … Continue reading A MAJOR MILESTONE REACHED THROUGH LAPTOPS FOR HOMELESS SUPPORT INITIATIVE

1000 laptops milestone to support homeless and disadvantaged people

Laptops for homless people support initiative A SocialBox.Biz blog post update by Alex (31st July 2017) Social impact initiative SocialBox.Biz launches donation thermometer for measuring laptop donation goals Constantly working to develop new ways to engage British companies, councils, colleges, universities and schools SocialBox.Biz this week announced a new exciting campaign idea for getting ongoing … Continue reading 1000 laptops milestone to support homeless and disadvantaged people