Recycled Laptops Make a Difference
Jemena has donation 100 laptops to not-for-profit organisation Campbell Page, who’s customers include homeless youth, unemployed locals including people with a disability, young single mums, people who have been impacted by bushfires, and Aboriginal youth and families. The computers will be distributed to members of the community along the NSW South Coast.
Many of the laptops have already reached those in need with young locals experiencing homelessness, or those at risk of homelessness, residing in Campbell Page’s Youth Refuge having already received a laptop. Young school-aged mothers participating in Campbell Page’s sole parenting program have also received their computers to help them continue with their education and vocational learning.
Gabrielle Sycamore, General Manager, Strategy and Commercial, Jemena Gas Networks said Jemena is delighted to provide the laptops to support the local community.
“We are pleased to work with Campbell Page to provide much needed equipment for their customers. By repurposing our computers we are not only reducing landfill, but we are ensuring those people in New South Wales who have been through so much can enjoy and benefit from something like a computer, an item that many of us take for granted.
"We also thank Simon Moore, Infrastructure Policy Manager at Business NSW. As a member of our JGN Customer Council, Simon initiated the introduction to Campbell Page for which we are very grateful."
To read the full media release, visit www.campbellpage.com.au
To learn more about Jemena’s other community programs, visit the Our Community section.