Major disasters always require a huge amount of international support to provide relief and long term recovery efforts. Helping disaster-struck destinations to recover is a key factor in TechnologyOne’s aim to make long term, sustainable contributions towards global and local issues. Here’s a peek at the campaigns to help victims of natural disaster.
Drasa Avenue School Fiji, May 2016
TechnologyOne Foundation has donated a dozen laptops to Drasa Avenue School as part of our Disaster Relief program. We hope the donation goes a long way in helping the students advance their studies to create pathways for success. /p>
Cyclone Winston, February 2016
TechnologyOne employees raised much needed funds for to assist Fiji sugar Corporation (FSC), a valued customer affected by Cyclone Winston in February 2016. FD$10,000 was sent directly to FSC to help affected employees rebuild their lives.
Cyclone Pam, March 2015
TechnologyOne received heartfelt thanks from National Bank of Vanuatu (NBV) for the generous funds raised during the Cyclone Pam Appeal in 2015. Our employees raised $7K to provide emergency support for staff and families in Vanuatu who were left without shelter, food, and safe drinking water in the aftermath of the event.
We work in partnership with local organisations on the ground, so you can be sure our projects are legitimate and make long-term, positive impacts. Our aim is to bring positive change to communities all over the world and have fun while we make a difference. The inspirational volunteers at Substation 33 take this to a whole other level.
Bond University Indigenous Sponsorship
TechnologyOne sponsors the Indigenous Scholarships and Mentoring Experience program at Bond University. As a private, not-for-profit University, government funding is not available for Indigenous education initiatives. Supplying laptops and funding for these students help us continue to provide life changing opportunities.
The inspirational volunteers at Substation 33 take recycling to a whole other level. 20 members of the TechOne marketing team spent an afternoon recycling waste that not only prevents hundreds of tonnes of e-waste from entering landfill but provides thousands of hours of paid employment and work experience.
Recycle IT is a TechnologyOne Foundation initiative to recycle refurbished IT devices. The assets are offered to employees at discounted prices with proceeds donated to a nominated charity.