We sincerely appreciate the monetary and material support of the following organizations:
Communitech donated fourteen off-duty computers for use by the club. A number have been allocated to the Syrian refugees that have been supported by the Federation of Students of the University of Waterloo. The remaining computers have been used by seniors during our programming.
The Federation of Students at the University of Waterloo has donated $2500 for club use through the Internal Administration Committee. The funding has been used thus far to pay for member tuberculosis tests, police checks, and will in the future be used to ensure we have access to the technologies we need in order to carry out our goals.
Revera Fergus Place, located in Kitchener, ON, has served as our primary site for developing our innovative curriculum, and we truly thank the staff and residents for working alongside us. We look forward to continuing to learn from you and teaching your residents.
Techboomers aims to improve the quality of life for older adults and other inexperienced technology users by empowering them to learn how to use popular and trusted websites and Internet-based applications. Publishing their content under the same Creative Commons licence as us has allowed us to adapt some of their content for our own club use. Sharing similar visions, we look forward to working with Techboomers in the future to promote digital literacy in the broader community.
If you'd be interested in adding your name or organization to this list, we're always looking for new partners to collaborate with. Please contact us!