BUSY Infotech

Organizations which provide the following types of services may be eligible to receive BUSY donations through this program:

  • Relief to the poor
  • Advancement of education
  • Advancement of social and community welfare
  • Advancement of culture
  • Advancement of the natural environment
  • Other purposes beneficial to the community

Additional types of organizations may be eligible to receive BUSY donations through this program, including:
  • Public libraries for public access purposes
  • Public museums 
  • Humanitarian assistance and disaster relief organizations 
  • Community health clinics 
  • Behavioral healthcare nonprofits that provide mental health, chemical dependency and other psychosocial services to the community
  • Women’s health centers 
  • Blood banks 
  • Trade associations with nonprofit status that have charitable aims and activities
  • Religious organizations, registered as a nonprofit, with a secular community designation that is separate from the church or religious organization, that provides services to people regardless of their religious beliefs, and does not propagate a belief in a specific faith

 

The following types of organisations are not eligible to receive BUSY donations through this program:  
  • Private foundations 
  • Governmental organisations or agencies including international governmental organisations and United Nations Entities 
  • Commerce and trade associations without charitable aims or activities 
  • Sponsorships of events, tables, exhibitions, or performances 
  • Fund-raising events such as luncheons, dinners, walks, runs, or sports tournaments
  • Political, labour and fraternal organisations
  • Refurbishers that will be installing the donated software on refurbished computers to be distributed or donated to nonprofits or schools 
  • Religious organisations not registered as a nonprofit and without a secular community designation that is separate from the church or religious organisation
  • Organisations that advocate, support, or practice discrimination based on age, ethnicity, gender, national origin, disability, race, size, religion, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic background. Organisations must be willing and able to attest that they do not discriminate on any of these grounds in order to receive donations.