The Digital Divide

With our project Laptop Launchpad Good360 is turning 3-5-year-old computers into tools of transformation. Donate today and change the trajectory of someone’s life tomorrow.

What is the Digital Divide?

The 2021 Australian Digital Inclusion Index (ADII) found that 1 in 4 Australians are digitally excluded meaning that over 6 million Australians are at risk of being left behind in an increasingly digital society.

Millions of Australians don’t have access to basic digital skills and tools to participate in today’s world. We live in a world of plenty, yet millions of people find themselves in need every day. At Good360 we know there is more than enough to go around. That’s why we work to get donated goods to where they can do the most good.

Computers are powerful tools. Most of us can’t imagine life without them but this is the reality for too many. Digital inclusion isn’t a nice to have, it is a must have in today’s society.

Good360 is taking urgent steps to change the lives of millions of Australians – will you join us?

What is Laptop Launchpad?

Good360 wants to turn used laptops into tools of transformation. We are working to reclaim, refurbish and re-home 3–5 year-old laptops and give them to the people that need them most.

Our goal by 2025 is to have:

1 Million

laptops pledged


laptops redistributed

And You Can Help!

$15 Million

raised to cover costs

Good360 understands that a device may not be all that is required to transform the digital journey of many people who are being left behind in our digital society. Access to data and digital training is also a requirement for many people who are excluded.

We are partnering with industry to provide these options and our member charities and schools will be able to choose a solution that suits their needs, ensuring a bespoke solution for Australians who are digitally excluded – we believe this is important and often overlooked and underestimated when it comes to wanting to solve this issue.

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How does Laptop Launchpad work?

Good360 offers secure, solutions for companies to donate surplus 3-5-year-old laptops to charities and disadvantaged schools. For over 7 years we have helped companies quickly and effectively donate almost every type of goods, including technology, devices and accessories. Now, we have added leading electronics refurbishment partners to address your technology donation needs. Your surplus computers can help charities and disadvantaged schools improve their communities by transforming the lives of Australians in need.


Organisations donate their used laptops in good working condition, once they reach 3-5 years old.


Laptops are tested, wiped and refurbished by one of Good360's accredited partners. Just in time for their new life.


Any laptops that don't pass the testing phase or are not fit for purpose are responsibly recycled.


Good360 through our network of charities and schools across Australia distribute the refurbished devices, where they are needed most.

How to get involved


I work for a business that would like to donate our 3-5 year old retired laptops

Good360 has developed a program to turn used laptops into tools of transformation for the 1 in 4 Australians digitally excluded.

Good360 offers a secure, complete solution for companies to donate surplus technology to charities and disadvantaged schools.

Your surplus computers can help charities and schools and people Australia-wide by transforming the lives of people in need and closing the digital divide.Complete the form below and we will be in touch to discuss the next steps.


I would like to donate towards the costs of transforming these laptops giving a person access to the tools they need to thrive

There is a cost associated with testing, resetting, refurbishing the devices, and providing data that are being transformed through the Laptop Launchpad. However, we have managed to reduce this cost dramatically and we are asking for your support to ensure we can provide these devices at NO COST to Australians in need.

It costs $150 to support a person with a device and data for 1 year.


My students are falling further behind, sometimes there are six kids in their household per laptop as a device each just isn’t affordable for some families.

If you are a charity, school or community organisation in need of devices to help your community you may be an eligible recipient of the Laptop Launchpad program.Complete the form below and we will be in touch to discuss the next steps.


My son is starting high school and the school has a BYOD policy, I don't know what to do because we can't afford the computer and we don't have internet at home for him to do his homework.

You can use the link below to search for a Good360 member organisation in your local area and speak with them about joining our program.

Digital Divide program impact to date

Total figures @28.02.23


devices pledged by businesses


devices donated to Australians excluded by digital divide


donated in support of the program


Our Program Partners