Under the leadership of the Rakke Education Society, a computer course for the elderly began in January. The course teaches basic computer skills, and nine participants started […]
Tsirguliina School received 18 laptops and 18 desktop computers, as well as 6 monitors, through the GreenDice technical circle. The school further values the equipment of the […]
As an IT partner of Coop Bank, we changed depreciated computers of Pärnu Youth Leisure Center. The existing equipment had also been used by the bank in […]
Almost 100 Ukrainian school children from all over Estonia have received a computer through GreenDice’s technology circulation. We have supported families directly or through communities and separately […]
Today, October 4, a well-equipped computer class was opened at the Räägu school, created for the children of war refugees who arrived from Ukraine. Gunvor Services AS […]
The computers from GreenDice’s tech circulation reached the Ugandan community through Estonian actress Henessi Schmidt to give the people there the opportunity to improve their lives. Henessi […]
Estonian Refugee Council has organized since the end of April group counselling for Ukrainians all over Estonia on four topics: adaptation, employment, digital skills and supporting a […]
Alutaguse Care Center has room for 107 residents and everything necessary for life. However, there were no computers in the care center for entertainment or for keeping […]
One beautiful day in June, the GreenDice team made a tour of Valga municipality, visiting the libraries there. As a result, the computer park in all ten […]
The GreenDice´ team undertook a trip to Ida-Virumaa to provide a social contribution to the care services of Tapa and the Karikakar kindergarten in Narva-Jõesuu together with […]
There are many companies in Estonia that have taken to heart the support of Ukrainian schoolchildren who have left their country due to the war and are […]
In cooperation with Maru Ehitus, we supported the Tallinn Kindergarten Õunake and the Estonian Association of Teachers of Deaf/Hearing Impaired Children (Kuulmispuudega Laste Õpetajate Selts, KLÕPS). Õunake […]
The software company Helmes wanted to contribute to the children and youth of Ukraine so that they would have the opportunity to participate in education. The company […]
Construction company Axarol OÜ is based in the village of Uhtna and comapy employes number of Ukrainian citizens. When the war began, their wives and children came […]
Wednesday, April 13 is active at Hummuli Basic School, because once again we have headed to South Estonia to contribute to the institutions of Tõrva municipality together […]
This week we delighted Mother and Child Shelter with 8 laptops that can be used by mothers and children. There was an older desktop computer in […]
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 […]
In the Narva-Jõesuu family with 3 children, there was no computer until a week ago, but 1-2 tablets, with which it was sometimes impossible to do schoolwork. GreenDice, together with its own member Fontes, found a solution.
Having a computer in families with children is no longer a bonus, but a basic need, as education is increasingly integrated with digital channels. This is inevitable due to the health crisis on the one hand, but also a step towards more effective learning on the other.
The green dice were created from the beginning to make people more aware. Although computers are one of the best for this purpose, we also show our more archaic side. We are developing a board game that is educational in every way – by playing you will gain knowledge about IT technology, the environment, the green and circular economy, and other areas will not be left untouched.
In December we went to Ala Middle School again. A place that was already familiar to GreenDice – we did a whole new computer class for this school in the spring. And because of that, It was more surprising when a letter arrived in the mailbox, where the social pedagogue of the given school, Helle, asked for computer donations. We took a closer look …
In December we visited Kolga-Jaani. The Kolga-Jaani school recently got a new computer class, but there are only 10 computers, which is not enough. GreenDice and its good members found out about it and it was time to roll the green dice again 🙂
In May, we went on a trip to three schools in Tõrva municipality to replace the obsolete computers with newer ones and thus give children better opportunities to study.