RAD is an Aotearoa initiative that helps those who need a laptop be matched with a donated and refurbished device. There are many good quality devices that are no longer needed in our communities. RAD provides an end-to-end process that takes donated devices, refurbishes them, and gives them a second life in the hands of those who need them the most. READ MORE ABOUT RAD.
RAD is a collaboration between Digital Future Aotearoa, Spark Foundation, Spend My Super, Pam Fergusson Charitable Trust, The Southern Initiative and Remojo Tech.
The Aotea College BYOD Support Group are one of the critical partners enabling Remojo Tech to donate devices to students in need. The AC BYOD Support group maintain a service that provides computers to students that don't have access to them — to enable BYOD learning to all students.
With two of our business founders already being First Foundation scholars, there was great precedent for a partnership to form with this incredible organisation. In July 2020, Kirk Sargent, CEO of First Foundation, pledged his support by kindly donating numerous laptops to our cause. Moving forward, Remojo Tech seeks to build on this partnership by pursuing a meaningful and mutually beneficial partnership with First Foundation with a focus on alleviating the digital divide and allowing all people in Aotearoa to thrive. Find out more about what First Foundation does at www.firstfoundation.org.nz.
E-Learning Porirua endeavours to provide computer devices and internet connection to individuals from all walks of life. Remojo Tech is set on helping them to achieve this goal by providing desktop PC's and monitors to support their cause. In return, E-Learning have generously supported our own school-based projects through the provision of software and other helpful resources. Find out ore about what E-learning does at https://e-learning.org.nz/about
Medicine NZ recently generously donated several laptop devices in support of our cause after finding out about our program through Radio New Zealand. We're thankful for their contribution and you can find out more about their organisation at www.medicinesnz.co.nz.