WorkVentures was founded in 1979 as Peninsula Community Services. Since then, we've worked through many challenges, adapted to change and ignited some change of our own never wavering from our core objective:
To Empower Individuals And Create Vibrant Inclusive Communities.
For those of us lucky enough to be digitally independent, it can be difficult to imagine surviving even one day without the convenience technology affords us. But sadly, not everyone in this country has the same financial means, relevant skills or access to digital technology to be able to feel digitally included.
We believe creating access to technology for all and mastering computer literacy within our communities is key to establishing an individual’s independence and creating a more socially inclusive community.
Discover how we empower individuals all over Australia
Through our partnerships with other like-minded NFP’s and corporates, we push the boundaries to:
Breathe new life into technology with our ability to recycle technology. By refurbishing and selling donated computers, we make technology accessible to those that would otherwise be digitally excluded.
Empower individuals by providing alternative employment pathways and assisting in the development of skills for those that would otherwise be left behind.
Provide recycled technology and other solutions to assist with reducing the environmental footprint of the organisations we work with.
All profits from our social enterprise are reinvested into our digital inclusion strategies and programs for young people, which aim to empower individuals and create inclusive communities in Australia.
Take a stroll through our history and find out how we’ve developed over the years.
WorkVentures acknowledges traditional owners of country throughout Australia. We pay our respects to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders past, present, and emerging. WorkVentures supports the Uluru Statement from the Heart.