Computer Reuse Programme
The Computer Reuse Programme was introduced. Recycled computers, after a series of checking, upgrade and refurbishment, are sold at a low price or donated to the people in need.
The workshop provides basic computer repair training to teenage volunteers.
Computer Recycling Program
Supported by the Environmental Protection Department, the Computer Reuse Programme was introduced to help the people in need to break the digital divide and lower the amount of e-waste.
Computer Recycling Scheme
Supported by the Educational Bureau, the Computer Recycling Scheme provided refurbished computers to students.
CRT Recycling and Reuse Programme
Supported by the Environmental Protection Department, the CRT Recycling and Reuse Programme recycled CRT television sets and monitors. After processing, vitrified sand are extracted to support the production of eco-friendly bricks in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong used computers and electronic appliances recycling day
The workshop co-hosted the All-Hong Kong used computers and electronic appliances recycling day with the EPD in 2007. It aimed at enhancing public awareness at the recycling and reuse of used computers and electronic appliances.
International Donation Programme
The workshop donated reused computers to Cameroon, Africa to support the needy there and help to break the digital divide there.
Data degaussing Programme
To make sure that that donors’ personal data are properly erased, the workshop introduced the Data degaussing Programme in 2008.
Computer Accessories Recycling and Reuse Campaign
This programme promotes the recycling and reuse of computer accessories and lower the amount of e-waste.
Reused Computers for School Children
The workshop jointly hosted a computer donation programme with Cathay Pacific, which donated a few hundred reused computers to school children in need.
Mobile Computer Repair Programme
The Standard Chartered Hong Kong 150th Anniversary Community Foundation sponsored the Mobile Computer Repair Programme for the needy by providing on-site computer repair and technical support service.
Roadshow’s Computer Recycling Programme
Recycled computers are donated to the grass-roots elders, young school children, and subdivided families to promote the public's awareness of environmental protection and the spirit of social mutual help and care.
Caritas + Bank of China Hong Kong Computer Donation Program
In cooperation with the Bank of China, the workshop donated 2,000 computers to the grassroots and arrange computer workshops for families of school children, the elderly and ethnic minorities to enhance computer knowledge.
Awarded Go Green Award
Awarded Roadshow Eco Star Award
Awarded Partner Employer Award
Set up mobile phone team
The mobile phone team was set up to recycle smartphones and tablets and sell them to people in need at low prices after restoration.
Awarded Outstanding Mentor Award for Inclusive Organisation & Friendly Employment Award for Inclusive Organisation
CCW became official partners with Synnex HK, Hornington and Felton.
CTRL+Z was opened.
Caritas Computer Workshop was moved to a factory building in To Kwa Wan.
Awarded Friends of EcoPark - Certificate of Appreciation
Awarded "OSH Star Recycling Enterprise" by the Occupational Safety and Health Bureau
The Caritas Computer Workshop logo was renewed.
Caritas Computer Workshop became the first NGO to obtain the "Registered Electrical Contractor" qualification from the Electrical and Mechanical Services Department.
Com4kids Computer Donation Program
In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Rotary Club, Standard Chartered Bank and the Keswick Fund co-launched three phases of Com4kids Computer Donation Program. More than 600 laptops and desktops computer were donated to students in need for free.
Computer Donation Program
During the covid-19, the workshop cooperates with Hong Kong Broadband to donate laptops and tablets to students in need..
Obtained the Environmental Protection Department "Waste Disposal Licence (WDL)" qualification
Benefiting from the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust. The Computer Workshop launched the Caritas Jockey Club "One More Lap" Computer Donation Programme.