Organisations Computerbank has helped

Some of the community groups to receive computers and networks from Computerbank include:
Asylum Seekers Resource Center (ASRC)
Filipino Community Council of Victoria in Footscray (our first network!),
Virtual Moreland,
Autism Victoria (World Autism Conference),
The Bridge Health Centre (Footscray),
Dole Avenue Kindergarten,
Goongerah Environment Centre (GECO),
Green Net,
Linux Users of Victoria (LUV),
The Victorian Rainforest Network,
Altona Green Neighbourhood House,
Footscray Library in Maribyrnong City,
Jabiluka Action Group (JAG),
Central Hume Support Services in Wodonga,
Computers for Aged and Disabled Seniors (CADS),
Langwarrin Basketball Club,
Westgate Community Initiatives Group (WCIG),
Engineers Without Borders,
‘Connectivity for Refugees’ program,
Refugees in Shepparton,
Friends of Sian,
Berwick Senior Citizens,
Victorian Artists Society,
Mindaribba Aboriginal Land Council in NSW,
Darebin Aged Housing Services (public access networks),
Wombat Housing
Mens Shed
Pet Ambulance Victoria
Red Cross (Asylum Seeker Assistance Scheme)
Western Region Health (public access networks) to name a few.
Chin Community
Geelong Lions Club
Victorian Writers Fellowship
Salvation Army Housing Services (Melrose St)
RMIT Students Accounting Association
Victorian Public Tenants Association (VPTA)
Coburg Neighbourhood House
Morwell Neighbourhood House

We have shown more than 500 unemployed open source software, hardware, and recycling via our  Work for the Dole Program. In addition to Work for the Dole volunteers another 175 people have helped out at Computerbank.

We have recycled more than 30,000 broken and non-usable items through the introduction of effective e-waste recycling techniqu