Make It Mine has just kicked off a community program that looks to assist local organisations, clubs and charities through the donation of refurbished computers, TVs and a wide range of home appliances.
One of the first organisations to benefit was CityLife Community Care in Wantirna South, Victoria, who received two HP laptops to help the team run their Budgeting Assist Program – an initiative offering individuals and families budgeting support in times of financial hardship.
Whilst Make It Mine has been supporting The Salvation Army with product donations Australia-wide since 2013, Founder and CEO Andre Lang wanted to develop the support offered with more of a focus on the local community:
“We’re a locally-based company and most of our 45+ team grew up in the local area, so I wanted to make sure that Make It Mine was doing whatever it could to give back locally and lend a helping hand to the many community groups, sporting clubs and charities doing such a fantastic job locally.”
Make It Mine hopes to make CityLife Community Care the first of many local organisations benefiting from their product donations, and is now looking to connect with other local community groups:
“If you’re a local charity that could do with a new computer for the office, or even a footy team that needs a TV for your club rooms, then please get in touch – we’d love to hear from you so we can see what we can do to help”, continued Lang.
Get in touch with Make It Mine to discuss how a computer, TV or home appliance donation could help your community group, club or charity.