Partners & Supporters

Our funding and programme partners make possible our digital literacy programmes to be delivered to New Zealand communities at risk of digital exclusion.

Strategic Partner

As our principal strategic partner, Internet NZ shares a mutual goal of ensuring that all New Zealanders have the access, skills, motivation and trust to participate fully online.

Funding Partners

The Tertiary Education Commission funds our Family Connect programme through the ACE in Communities fund.
Ministry of Education - Te Tāhuhu o te Mātauranga The Ministry of Education funds our Refugee Connect programme delivered throughout the country.

The Ministry of Social Development through the Office for Seniors, funds our Pacific Senior Connect programme.

Work and Income has assisted us by funding eligible people who have participated in our Northland Connect programme.

Foundation North has funded the Northland Connect programme throughout Te Tai Tokerau.
Four Winds Foundation assists us with operational expenses.
The Lion Foundation assists us with operational expenses.
The Lottery Grants Board assists us with programme funding.
New Zealand Post funds Community Post envelopes for us.

Programme Partners

Cyclone Computers is a supplier of devices and technical advise and support.
Microsoft NZ supplies the MARS (Microsoft Authorised Refurbisher Scheme) software licences for refurbished digital devices.
Conbrio is a supplier of refurbished computer equipment and technical support.
 Remarkit is a supplier of refurbished computer equipment and technical support.
The Spark Foundation supplies the Skinny JUMP modems for connecting learners to the Internet via 4G wireless modems.
Netsafe provides free information for staying safe online. We use Netsafe resources for training purposes.
2degrees is a Broadband service partner – dial-up, ADSL, naked DSL and UFB broadband.
20/20 Trust is a member of IT Professional NZ.
20/20 Trust is building a partnership with TUANZ (The Association for the Users of Digital Technology & Connectivity).

20/20 Trust is a stakeholder of:

COMET Auckland is an Auckland Council-controlled organisation and a not-for-profit that focuses on educational needs from early childhood to life-long learning in the community.

How can you help?

Contact us to discuss how we can work together. We are always keen to link up with organisations with similar objectives, potential funders, supporters or delivery partners. Or perhaps you see a community need and have an idea that can help?

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