Dot Com Mob aims to improve the lives of people living in remote Australian Indigenous communities by providing access to:
Youth IT Training, and
Digital Inclusion Projects
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The Dot Com Mob donations In 2016-2017 have provided computer equipment in four new locations.
Tennant Creek - a computer room at a newly established - and the only - youth Drop-In Centre in Tennant Creek.
Alice Springs Drop-In Centre - run by local volunteer workers. Currently the only after hours youth service in Alice Springs
Ampilatwatja - resources for the youth program. Youth workers are employed by Barkly Regional Council. The Aboriginal youth workers in Ampilatwatja came into the CAYLUS office and did a training session for using the equipment, and they will be the ones who will show other people how to use it and supervise the computer use. Also used for Professional development for young Aboriginal workers in community!
Kintore Drop-in Centre - Dot Com Mob funded the Mac mini setup at, plus bought desks and bench seats for computer rooms.
Are you wondering what you do with your old laptops? Any donations of working laptops are well received by the youth workers in remote communities to help combat petrol sniffing.
If you can assist could you please use the contact form on our website to contact us with details.