The Lifecycle Cares program helps Not-for-Profits locally and internationally, supporting social and environmental causes

Lifecycle Cares

Since 2015, our volunteerism, financial contributions and IT asset donations, equates to almost $200,000 provided to foundations and charitable projects.

As a business, we have always been committed to giving back to the community, building ongoing relationships with charitable causes, as well as supporting individual projects as the need arises.

From health to education, sports to social services, our contributions have supported various foundations, charities and individuals across our community locally, nationally and abroad.

Lifecycle+ is also an Official Supporter of Planet Ark’s Seedling Bank. See our Seedlings for Devices page for more information.

By supporting Planet Ark’s Seedling Bank, we’re helping regenerate the plantlife in schools and communities across Australia.

The Seedling Bank provides an essential service to our environment to ensure we are taking steps to care for our Country. We are proud to support this program through our Seedlings for Devices program, whereby we donate native seedlings to The Seedling Bank on behalf of our clients for selected IT devices processed through our facility for reuse*.

*Terms & Conditions apply

Staff Programs

Through volunteer days and donation matching the Lifecycle Cares program encourages, enables and empowers our staff to engage with the community and social causes.

All full and part-time staff at Lifecycle+ are offered one volunteer day annually to participate in a Not-for-Profit program or project. This allows our team to volunteer their time instead of a work day to engage with charitable projects within their community. We also provide our team with donation-matching opportunities to assist them with their fundraising efforts. 

Not-for-Profit Partnerships

Not-for-Profit organisations are encouraged to submit a request to receive donated IT assets to support their preferred programs or projects.

We are open to submissions for Not-for-Profit organisations to request IT donations. Based on these submissions, selected applicants will be nominated as Lifecycle Cares Partners and provided with suitable IT assets to support their preferred charitable foundation or project. If you would like to be notified when the 2024 submissions open, click the button below.

Existing Partners

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We are pleased to donate laptops to Rotary in support of Cambodia’s Green Gecko Project, helping young people obtain university degrees.

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Our donation of iPads and cases to the Right Hope School in India provides disadvantaged children with access to educational programs.

We are proud to provide ongoing financial donations to Canteen, supporting their essential work helping kids with cancer.

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Ongoing donations of IT and mobile assets to support regional indigenous communities following a direct needs-based assessment by Dr Steve Burroughs.

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During COVID, we worked with NBAC to help indigenous kids in Sydney’s Western suburbs stay connected by supplying internet dongles.

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Victor Harbor Girls Guides 100th-anniversary sponsor acknowledges their ongoing contribution to young people and the community over the last century.

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As sponsors of the Good Friday Appeal, we support the Royal Children’s Hospital (Melbourne). The funds raised go towards life-saving equipment, research, training, and patient and family-centered care programs. 

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22,000 Australians currently live with myeloma. As Silver Sponsors of the Greatest Call Long Lunch, we support the essential work of the Myeloma Foundation, who help patients battling this form of bone marrow cancer and their families.

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We support the Portable Aboriginal Communication Environment offering digital connections to regional and remote communities. PACE enables residents to communicate with medical, educational and other essential services.