If you are seeking to purchase a low-cost laptop or computer and are a concession card holder – or work in a community agency and are looking for IT equipment for your client, find out more.
B2C is a community enterprise, that processes unwanted IT goods donated through businesses. We erase all data, repair and or rebuild IT equipment as refurbished laptops and computers that can be provided as valuable low-cost IT resources for agencies supporting disadvantaged people in our community, and individuals holding government concession cards.
If you are looking to donate to this process – see more information here
If you are seeking to purchase a laptop or computer and are not a concession card holder you can check out our eBAY STORE
2020 PROJECT PARTNERS AND SUPPORTERS – SNAPSHOT
- Queens Fund
120 Laptops have been refurbished with Microsoft Windows 10 System and Office 2010 software installed, and distributed to Queens Fund Applicants
The Queen’s Fund supports single women & children in Victoria who are in distress, crisis or emergency situations.
The Queen’s Fund encourages women to increase their self-worth, skills and knowledge through:
- Short-term emergency relief to alleviate immediate financial crises with rent, medical and household expenses
- Educational grants to increase access to educational opportunities
- Grants which give women a chance to rebuild their lives and nurture their children
B2C Community Recyclers provides discounted refurbished computers/laptops to applicants who receive funding from The Queen’s Fund, who are able to provide financial aid to single women and children in Victoria who are experiencing hardship.
If you have a client who fits this criteria head to The Queen’s Fund website here.
Clients of these agencies have also received laptops and desktops that have been refurbished, with Microsoft Windows 10 System and Office 2010 software installed.
- Employment & Training Providers
- Campbell Page
- Community Agencies
- Merri Outreach
- Glen Eira Historical Society
- Dixons House
- Berry Street
- North Yarra Landcare Network
EWASTE DISPOSAL 2020 – SNAPSHOT
In 2020 B2C diverted over 25,000 kg of e-waste from landfill including
- over 160 refurbished computers were upcycled to local individuals and communities in need,
- over 800 working systems were checked for integrity and resource value before distribution to approved local exporters for resale in overseas markets
- an e-waste collection services for business and government organisations a
- ane–waste drop off services were used by loacal business and individuals