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  • Social enterprises are business ventures created for a social purpose. Social enterprises create common good and economic value in order to remain sustainable. Originated in the UK, this concept has evolved into a worldwide movement to solve some of society’s most pressing issues.

  • If you, your company, your organisation or your school would like to fund an IT classroom for impoverished children and directly witness the impact of social change, please click here for details.

    You can also contact us directly.

  • Netspring can adapt its offer to your company requirements. We can provide refurbished computers for your company’s IT classroom.

  • Corporate volunteers are welcome to prepare the IT classroom together with Netspring staff.

    Netspring will organise a ceremony with team building and learning activities that will involve both the kids and the corporate volunteers. 

    Tailor-made volunteer activities can be organised on that day.

  • Schools that would like to build an IT Classroom on their premises can contact Netspring via email, phone and online submission. Please click here to contact us.

    Netspring will review the application and the school situation.  If the school is considered to be in need of an IT classroom, Netspring will organize a local visit and an opening event once a company or organization has applied to set up an IT classroom in its area. The teachers and children will receive training from Netspring staff and corporate volunteers. Read more about school partnership.

  • Usually, Netspring recommends a school to match the company’s project and requests (location, type of school, etc). Should the company wish to select its own school, Netspring will contact it in order to qualify its needs and commitments. Once an appropriate relationship has been established, Netspring will be pleased to open an IT classroom there.

  • Netspring will gladly receive any computer (even obsolete) and related spare parts/ equipment such as fax machines, copying machines and printers etc. IT equipment that cannot be refurbished will be eco-dismantled.

    Furniture such as tables and chairs is also welcome as it is often needed in the poorest areas.

  • Yes. Netspring will provide a certificate to organisations that appoint Netspring to dismantle their computers in an eco-friendly way, so that they can highlight their contribution to the environment protection.

    Read more about Netspring Environmental Dismantling Work.

  • In order to focus our resources on IT education for poverty-stricken children, we encourage you to drop off your computer(s) directly at our warehouse, or send your equipment by courier. Should you need us to organize a pick-up, please contact us so that we can provide you with a date and cost estimate.