Take the Public Sector Pioneer pledge

Innovative public sector providers are achieving social good and circularity by donating IT equipment for reuse. Can you take the pledge to become a Public Sector Pioneer?

Public sector providers – in health, education, government – are donating their IT equipment for reuse, as opposed to disposal or recycling. Their device donations are good for people and the environment: they’re enabling digitally excluded people to access their organisation’s digital services whilst reducing e-waste and promoting a circular economy.

Our latest research, Public Sector Pioneers, reveals how innovative public sector organisations are leading the way by donating devices for social good.

More organisations are showing interest in reusing IT equipment to help people and the planet; donating their devices to the National Device Bank where they’re securely refurbished before landing in the hands of those that need them most. Are you ready to take the pledge?

Pledge your support

You’re one step closer to becoming a Public Sector Pioneer!

If you’re working at a public sector organisation and want to explore how device donations could work for you, please fill in the form below. One of our team will schedule in a call to chat through any questions you have, whether it’s on collection and data security or tracking and reporting on social and environmental impact.

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More good things

New research: Public Sector Pioneers Nearly 30 public sector leaders reveal growing interest in device donation and reuse to fix the digital divide.

National Device Bank Donated devices are securely wiped and refurbished through the National Device Bank, then distributed to digitally excluded communities.

More about Good Things To fix the digital divide, we power the National Device Bank, the National Databank and Learn My Way.