WHO IS RENEWED COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY?

Renewed Computer Technology (RCT) is a not-for-profit, charitable organization that empowers learners, educators and not-for-profit organizations with increased access to information and communications technology (ICT), skill development and learning opportunities, in a socially and environmentally responsible manner.

VISION

RCT expands minds by extending technology

MISSION/WHAT WE DO

RCT is a social enterprise that delivers social, economic & environmental benefits. We do this by:

  • Providing renewed information and communication technology (ICT) to learners
  • Offering workplace skills & training opportunities for youth and volunteers
  • Enabling organizations to realize their social responsibility programs

VALUES

As a social enterprise, we value:

  • Collaboration: We nurture our relationships with our team, our recipients and our partners
  • Learning: We deliver opportunities for learning
  • Environmental Leadership: We take a leadership role in environmental responsible reuse & recycling practices
  • Quality: We take pride in our processes and practices that deliver quality products and services
  • Ethical Behaviour: Ethical behaviour governs our entire organization

Impacts & Inspiration

IMPACTS

Social. Economic. Environmental.

INSPIRATION

What inspires our work

SPOTLIGHT

Featured story

News, Stories, and More

Making a Splash in Georgian Bay!

By, Erin Carey, RCT Partner, Former TDSB Teacher  The Importance of Loaner Laptop Programs, AND the need for more Computer Donations! In January 2024, some students at Georgian College noticed

Pride!

Pride Month, celebrated every June, is a significant time for honoring the history, achievements, and ongoing struggles of the 2SLGBTQI+ community. It commemorates the Stonewall Protest of 1969, a pivotal

Laptop Loaner Programs to Support Students

Access to a computer has become a fundamental requirement for education. However, not all students have access to a computer, creating a digital divide that affects their academic progress. To