One of the basic practices to achieve sustainable living is decluttering and giving your old stuff away.
This Christmas, you can hit two birds with one stone by giving your unused gadgets away to those who have none. You may donate them to students who still lack the necessary tools for online learning.
Handing out your second-handed devices, such as smartphones or tablets that you no longer use, would be most helpful and gratifying for children who are required to have gadgets for distance learning.
One Gadget One Child is an initiative bloomed at the onset of the pandemic. It addresses the needs of students who are forced to adopt distance learning but don’t have gadgets to do it.
Those living in Cebu can drop off their old gadgets at this organization. They are also open for cash donations.
Screen Share is a donation drive by Phi Lambda Delta sorority organization to overcome online educational obstacles for students and teachers.
The organization is open for donations of laptops, tablets, smartphones, cords, and chargers. You can donate your extra gadgets by filling up their form here tinyurl.com/PLDScreenShare.
BFAC is an advocacy group that fosters literacy and love of reading to all kinds of children and students in the Philippines’ highly depressed areas.
Although they primarily accept physical books for donation, the organization is also open for gadgets, may it be working or dysfunctional.
Donate your gadgets through the following BFAC locations:
- Babuts Farm, Baloy, Cuyapo, Nueva Ecija (Mobile: 0929-808-2664)
- St. Pio Printing Services, 44 Plaridel St., Brgy. Dona Aurora, Galas, Quezon City (Mobile: 0917-828-5623 / 0929-808-2664)
- Art Circle Cafe, Bahay ng Alumni, University of the Philippines – Diliman Campus, Magsaysay Ave., Diliman, Quezon City (Mobile: 0929-808-2664)
- B42 L12 Newtnorn Drive, Robinsons Homes-East, San Jose, Antipolo (Mobile: 0929-808-2664)