Partners and Supporters

Our funding and programme partners make possible the 20/20 Trust’s digital literacy programmes in New Zealand communities at risk of digital exclusion.

Funding partners

Ministry of Education - Te Tāhuhu o te Mātauranga

Supporting the Refugee Connect programme


InternetNZ is a strategic partner, supporter, and project partner for digital inclusion mapping.

The KiwiSkills programme for jobseekers is supported and made possible by a Lottery Grant.

Programme Partners

Spark Foundation logo
The 20/20 Trust is a Spark Jump partner; Spark Jump is a pre-pay internet service for families with school-aged children, subsidised by the Spark Foundation.
2 Degrees logoBroadband service partner – dial-up, ADSL, naked DSL and UFB broadband

Bamzonia – Financial literacy
Conbrio  – refurbishing computer equipment
ICDL Asia – digital literacy learning modules and certification
Microsoft New Zealand Limited – MARS (Microsoft Authorised Refurbisher Scheme) software licences
NZ Post – postal services
Public Libraries New Zealand – partnering in digital literacy initiatives in libraries
Remarkit – refurbishing computer equipment
Tairawhiti Technology Trust
Taitokerau Education Trust
Te Kura (The Correspondence School)

Additional Funding and Programme Partners

Other partners are supporting or joining in specific initiatives this year: Cyclone Computers, Eastland Community Trust, Four Winds Foundation, NetSafe, Research NZ, Te Aka Toitu Trust, The Tindall Foundation, The Lion Foundation, The Warehouse, Z Energy.

How can you help?

Show your organisation’ support for digital inclusion – sign the Manifesto for Digital Inclusion

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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