Restore a Sense of I Can (RSC) is a non-profit organisation focused on social development through education and technology. The aim is to provide ICT resources for those in need. RSC is working to bring about Social Reform by addressing the digital divide in an environmentally sustainable manner.
In 2015, RSC received the Community Heroes Award from the Ministry of Community Development for their work in refurbishing computers and donating them to registered charities.
Restore a Sense of I Can (RSC), a non-profit organization, is engaged in the following activities -
2. National Development
RSC is developing alternative learning tools for challenged communities that utilise refurbished computers. The computers are then loaded with educational software and distributed to charities. RSC has experts to ensure the highest quality educational material that meets the needs of the students whilst ensuring the goals of the curriculum are met.
RSC has also forged partnerships with I.T. Clubs in the secondary schools to develop Information Technology activities. These activities will provide useful training in a controlled environment. The program will also partner students, their parents, and the wider community with socially responsible corporate citizens to service the sectors of society that need access to ICT.
See article in the Trinidad Guardian
RSC collects old computers and related electronics from companies, as well as, the private sector. RSC then either refurbishes or disposes the electronics properly.
RSC has partnered with both local and international companies to ensure that the impact on the environment is practically eliminated.
Please feel free to contact us for more details on our eWaste program. We do offer a pickup service.