Smart State PC Donation Program

The Smart State PC Donation Program was created to assist South Australian community based, not-for-profit organisations to access personal computer equipment from surplus government stocks. 

The Government of South Australia aims to reduce its ecological footprint as part of its commitment to sustainability and climate change. By re-using surplus government computers across the state and making them available to community groups without cost, we are able to implement a scheme that benefits both the community and the planet.
 
A maximum of three (3) PCs can be applied for in any given Round, and each organisation is restricted to one application per round. If successful, an organisation cannot apply for more PCs for 12 months, unless exceptional circumstances are demonstrated.
 
There is no cost to your organisation however, upgrades and additional equipment is at your organisation's expense. If successful, you will receive a hard drive, LCD monitor, keyboard, mouse and cables. More information and conditions can be found in the guidelines and frequently asked questions (FAQ) for the current Round. These guidelines and FAQ may change from round to round, so please be sure to download the current version before applying.
 

Round 40 Information:

Opening date: Monday 27 June 2016

Closing date: Friday 29 July 2016

Please consult the Guidelines for Applying – incorporating Frequently Asked Questions and use the current Application Form to apply.

Guidelines and Frequently Asked Questions (Word, 511KB) (PDF, 613KB)

Application (Word, 39KB) (PDF 380KB)

 

Contact

Any queries regarding the program can be directed to Thomas Boravos, Grant Programmes Unit, on (08) 8226 2815 or thomas.boravos@sa.gov.au.
 
Postal Address:
Smart State PC Donation Program
Grant Programmes Unit
Department of the Premier and Cabinet
GPO Box 2343
Adelaide SA 5001

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