Free computers to go to the community
COULD a good second-hand computer and monitor make your work as a not-for-profit organisation much easier?
Following a recent technology upgrade, the Bundaberg Regional Council has a number of surplus computers and monitors available for distribution to local not-for-profit organisations and groups.
The council’s governance and communications portfolio spokeswoman Cr Helen Blackburn said the council was seeking expressions of interest from not-for-profit groups that may wish to access the computer equipment.
“The computers are in good working order and would be ideal for smaller organisations that may wish to archive club records, present professional correspondence or maintain financial records,” Cr Blackburn said.
All of the computers and monitors are about three years old and in great working condition.
However, it is important to note they will be distributed throughout the community with no warranty or I.T. support service.
“Clubs or organisations with an interest in sourcing these computers are invited to contact the council offices and giving details of their organisation,the intended use of the computer and the number of computers requested,” Cr Blackburn said.
The not-for-profit organisations must be domiciled within the Bundaberg Regional Council boundary.
Expressions of interest need to be lodged by email to email@example.com .gov.au by close of business on August 19.
The council will contact all respondents regarding distribution of the computer hardware to organisations in the region.
Don’t leave it too late, or you will miss out.