|www.education.vic.gov.au/Premier of Victoria|
|Letter from Premier of Victoria|
|Department of Education, Employment and Training|
|Department of Education, Employment and Training
The Employment Division of the Department provided Community Jobs Program funding for the initiation of the GreenPC Enterprise. This enabled the employment of people who had been long-term unemployed, or at risk of long-term unemployment to be recruited and trained as technicians for the refurbishment and reassembly of PCs. Through this funding the GreenPC has been able to provide unfunded long-term employment outcomes for these people.
|City of Yarra|
The City of Yarra has been a generous donator of space. In the first half of 2001 they provided workshop space in the old library of the Fitzroy Town Hall. Since April of 2001 to the present they have donated Warehouse space at the old Richmond Depot in Burnley. Without their support and assistance Greenpc would not have been able to develop to its current level of activity in supplying PCs to Atherton Gardens residents and people on low incomes across the State of Victoria.
|Brotherhood of St Laurence|
| Brotherhood of St Laurence
The Brotherhood of St Laurence & Green PC have partnered to provide through the BSL Bargain Hunter Stores, refurbished PC's to people and organisations that meet the requirements of the respective charters. The Brotherhood of St Laurence also generously provide workshop space and warehousing facilities to support the Green PC operations.
|Chief Ministers Department|
| Digital Divide Program
The ACT Chief Ministers Department have recognised the potential of Green PC and the oportunities it provides, they have supported the establishment of a workshop in Cook, ACT.
| No one understands business communications like Commander
For twenty years Commander have been at the forefront of office telephony. Today they're helping Infoxchange & Green PC access the latest voice technology, through their sponsorship and support.
|Microsoft Corporation in Australia was a generous donor of product and licenses for our Atherton Gardens/Reach for the Clouds project. Under another Microsoft initiative to support technology access for all, Infoxchange were one of the first organizations to be accredited as a Microsoft Authorized Refurbisher (MAR). This allows Green PC to provide cost-free Windows 98 & Works 8 licenses for distribution with Green PC computers. Microsoft Australia also supports the work of Infoxchange Australia by providing software for use by our staff through the Community Assistance Initiative scheme. We are incredibly thankful to Microsoft for their continued and very generous support of the work that Infoxchange and Green PC does.|
|Rural Peninsula Disability Support|
To assist the mobility disabled, elderly disabled (through "Housebound & Elderly Citizens Online") and their carers to have access to the Internet so they can be better informed about advocacy, home help and in house care, professional services, living skills, support groups, chat groups, online education and leisure.
Through our partnership with SENSIS, Green PC aims to provide technology to Australians in need. Sensis donates old and unused computers to Green PC to be refurbished and distributed thereby connecting disadvantaged Australians with technology.
|Virgin Blue .|
|Virgin Blue has come on board as a supporter of Green PC and it's values. Virgin Blue have donated many computers from the operations in Queensland and Melbourne with more to follow.|
|Australia Post is well known for its strong relationship with the Australian community. This relationship is strengthened through our support of community activities, such as Infoxchange Australia's Green PC project.|