We noticed on social media that Estonian Refugee Council needed computers to help people from Ukraine. When we reacted to their request for help it turned out that people with a big heart had already donated their old computers.
Even when donating, you are responsible for the reliability of the items!
Soon the volunteers contacted us, because it turned out that donated computers were not operational and now they were looking for a place to repair them. At calculating the situation we found that these computers were not with a good quality and it wasn´t reasonable to fix them. But thanks to our good partner NB.ee, we managed to help Estonian Refugee Council with ten business class laptops.
But we would like to but on every ones heart that if you donate something you have to make sure that everything is working, it`s your responsibility.
Volunteers are using computers to help and give advice for refugees from Ukraine. They are looking for accommodation, fill e-questionnaires etc.
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We’re looking for businesses and people who want to lead by example in changing their consumption habits, if you follow these four principles, invite us and we’ll talk more:
- As an informed consumer, I want to see and take responsibility for where the computer technology I use is heading.
- I’m interested in how keeping things prudent can be a springboard for others.
- I like the circular economy, and I want to make sure that what I don’t always end up recycling. I understand that this is the only way we can curb the generation of technical waste in the world.
- I want to reduce the CO2 footprint of my company’s computer fleet and do it for real, without marketing and green washing.
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