Excess Technology - Corporate Social Responsibility - Charity and Community work
Excess Technology donated refurbished PCs, laptops, iPads, monitors, and projectors to Hope for Shining Stars (NFP, NGO) in Myanmar.
Hope for Shining Stars is an education-based organization in Myanmar that works towards empowering children and teachers to develop their skills, using a customized education curriculum including vocational studies. The organization also assists young people after they have completed their non-formal education.
We are glad to support the organization’s mission and help cultivate hundreds of young children’s dreams. We hope that the technical resources we provided will enable them to take their organization to the next level, enabling to help more children.
June 2019 Excess Technology joined hands with the Burmese Community Development Collaboration (NFP, NGO) in Australia and donated a 40ft container full of IT equipment to the Myanmar Red Cross Society (MRCS)in Myanmar.
The BCDC's Mission is to harness and leverage the collective skills, knowledge, and resources of individuals and organizations from across the diverse sectors, both public and private, government, NGOs and academic sectors to help improve the wellbeing in the communities in Australia and Myanmar.
Myanmar Red Cross Society’s mission is to improve the lives of vulnerable people by mobilizing the power of humanity.
September 2019Excess Technology donated AU$5000 to Refugee Advice & Casework Service (RACS) on behalf of Herbert Freehills, a prestigious law firm in Australia.
The Refugee Advice & Casework Service is a powerful, independent public advocate for the rights of refugees and asylum seekers. They advocate for refugee justice and dignity via the provision of competent legal services and advocacy.
Excess Technology also donated AU$5000 to Medicines Sans Frontiers on behalf of Herbert Freehills.
This organization gives medical help to populations affected by conflict, diseases, natural disasters, or healthcare restrictions. Their teams composed of vast numbers of health experts, logisticians, and administrative personnel.
October 2019Excess Technology collaborated with the BCDC again and provided a 20ft container load of IT equipment to the U HlaTun Hospice (Cancer) Foundation, the Asia Pacific Hospice Palliative Care Network (APHN) in Myanmar.
The Asia Pacific Hospice Palliative Care network is dedicated to promoting hospice and palliative care in Asia and the Pacific.
Excess Technology’s initiative to provide IT equipment to the foundation would facilitate research and development to fight and prevent this disease.
November 2019 Excess Technology donated 20 refurbished Dell Laptops to St. Bishoy College for which we also received a certificate of appreciation from the institution. The college strives to provide a comprehensive education that aims to develop young people's spiritual, intellectual, social, cultural, and physical potential.
Excess Technology’s donation will surely enable the college to succeed in its cause and encourage students' development toward the full realization of their intellectual potential.
Our contribution will undoubtedly make studying more enjoyable through the utilization of a range of audio-visual materials that will foster creativity.
July 2020Excess Technology worked with BCDC and donated a 40ft container load of IT equipment to universities, schools, and organizations in Myanmar. Various schools in Myanmar require computers to offer E-Learning education and to study from many informative videos on the internet. Our aim is to make a difference by donating refurbished PCs and laptops.
We have had the opportunity to contribute in increasing the institute's administrative capabilities, allowing them to provide a better learning environment for students.
June 2021Excess Technology refurbished 76 Dell laptops on behalf of Herbert Freehills for donation to Telethon Speech and Hearing. Telethon Speech & Hearing (TSH) from Western Australia brings together a range of interrelated assistance for children with hearing loss and/or speech issues, to help them and their families. Their initiative is bringing hope, support, and happiness to millions of families.
We could not have found a better cause to send these laptops to. Our contribution will hopefully assist the organization in continuing its cause.
October 2021 Excess Technology refurbished 10 laptops, monitors, and docking stations and donated on behalf of Herbert Freehills for the Asylum Seeker Resource Center.
The Asylum Seeker Resource Center (ASRC) is an Australian organization that provides assistance to asylum seekers.
Excess Technology also refurbished 10 laptops, monitors and docking stations and donated on behalf of Herbert Freehills for PCs for Kids.
PC's for Kids is a self-funded charity, run exclusively by volunteers. The work done here goes to help many children. As a direct result many children and families obtain vital technology. This technology goes on to help them into higher areas of learning and towards a brighter future.
December 2021Excess Technology is one of the generous sponsors of the Fundraising Gala Dinner presented by the Myanmar Community (Sydney) on 11 December 2021. Excess Technology donated AU$5000 where the event raised over AU$140,000.00 for the people of Myanmar for medical assistance and humanitarian aids.
Excess Technology donated 20 refurbished laptops to St. Bishoy College for the second time.
The contribution from Excess Technology will undoubtedly help the institution grow in its mission and boost students' development toward the full understanding of their intellectual potential.
Excess Technology donated 20 refurbished laptops to the Aldridge High School in Australia. The Aldridge State High School allows students to focus on attaining achievement in a variety of academic, vocational, sports, and cultural interests.
The donations guarantee that everyone has the basic tools they need to thrive in school.
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