We are a not-for-profit organisation and registered charity managed under the guidance of our Board of Directors and Members.

Established in March 2000,  our core business is established under our charter:

….to support people who are disadvantaged through unemployment, disability or other life circumstance and who are unable to access or benefit from mainstream national training and employment initiatives.

Goals 2023-2024

Our major goal for the coming year is to continue to assist people who are marginalised.  This includes those of us marginalised through disability who wish to engage successfully in vocational and employment opportunities. Our role is to support their transition to mainstream training or work opportunities.

We will achieve this by bridging gaps in community access to the labour market through the continuing development and delivery of innovative projects and social enterprise initiatives, and creating sponsorship networks between industry and the community. Our projects include:

B2C Community IT Recyclers  a social enterprise with all funds raised through the project utilised to further the project’s goals:

  • assisting local and overseas “communities in need” by providing low cost refurbished IT equipment
  • reducing the amount of office and IT waste ending up in landfill through environmentally responsible recycling procedures
  • providing re-training programs in a “live work environment” to those disadvantaged in the labour market

Our scope of service also  extends to industry, client support agencies, government and business, partnering in the divergence of unwanted or decommissioned equipment, and resources and  re-engineered as  community assets assisting in work education or employment opportunities.  Further, our services, in partnership with ISO Endorsed “Ewastec”  provides a sustainable waste management solution for hardware that is unable to be refurbished.

Still in the Box

a social enterprise project that sells on ebay, new or returned retail products that are sourced from a variety of businesses offering  a widening of skill sets for volunteers and work experience placements 

  • Computer software skills
  • ebay skills 
  • Customer service
  • order picking and packing

Work Collective Project provides collaborative employment experiences across a range of work functions and offers a widening of skill sets for enterprise volunteers and workers.

  • Computer software skills
  • Data and content management  skills
  • Customer service
  • Help desk support
  • Web design

Our scope of service extends to small business and client support agencies seeking Technology and Customer Service support for community development activities and health and wellness projects.  This enterprise seeks solely to provide work experience opportunities for volunteers and clients marginalised from mainstream learning and work opportunities, and who seek to widen their options in workforce participation.

Current partnerships :

  • Working Solutions Inc- Fundrise Flexible Work Project