Why a Digital Recycling project?
The Muath Trust in partnership with Hall Green NNS are addressing the challenges faced by the digital divide through an exciting Digital Recycling Project. We want to make sure unwanted digital devices are put to good use within the local community. The aim of this Project is to help local people get on online, especially those who are unable to connect to the internet and lack the confidence to get online.
Who will benefit?
People on low incomes living in Balsall Heath, Hall Green, Kings Heath/Brandwood, Moseley, Sparkhill and Sparkbrook.
What devices do we need?
We need laptops, desk top computers, tablets and smart phones. All donated devices must be in good working order and come with power cables and chargers.
What will happen to donated devices?
We will clear existing data on all received devices then gift it someone who cannot afford to buy a device in order to go online. We will also specifically offer people aged over 50 with additional support to get online if they need it.
What difference will donated devices have on recipients?
Donated devices will:
- Help someone isolated contact family and friends.
- Help people with job searching online.
- Enable someone to access essential online services.
How to donate a device?
If you would like to donate a device please complete the form below to provide us with your contact details and information about the device(s) you are able to donate. If you have any difficulty accessing this Google Form, please contact us at email@example.com or call us on 0121 753 0297.
If you have any questions with regards to our Digital Recycling Project then please telephone us on 0121 753 0297 (Mon – Fri, during office hours) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to hearing from you and working together to help local people get online.