Leep believe digital inclusion isn’t about technology, it’s about people.

We aim to close the digital gap through providing underserved and disadvantaged communities and individuals with the tools necessary to be included in and make the most of our digital society and economy.

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Leep in Lab

Our Leep in Lab is a volunteer powered learning space where digital mentors provide free one-on-one support to help people learn how to use their devices and the internet in a familiar and trusted environment.

Running every Wednesday and Friday with two sessions, 10am to 11am and 11am to 12pm, the Leep in Lab offers one-on-one mentoring with Digital Mentor volunteers. The Leep in Lab also offers occasional classes on popular topics.

The Leep in Lab can also offer online support through Skype and home visits for those with mobility issues.

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Would you love to share your digital skills and knowledge to assist people become more confident with their devices and improve community connections?

Opportunities across Western Sydney for friendly, patient and enthusiastic volunteers to provide one-to-one support to help people gain basic skills and confidence necessary to use technology and the internet so that they are not left behind in an ever increasing digital world.

If you have patience and an understanding of technology, please contact us to find out about available opportunities.

More information and to volunteer: 9891 4522 or [email protected]

Leep In Network

The Leep in Network is a social and digital inclusion movement made up of services providing digital support to improve people’s lives through technology.

Any service offering any form of digital support from free access, ad hoc assistance to classes can join this free Network.

The network has an online platform where all its digital services are presented on an interactive map and searchable directory so that people can find your support in their local area.

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Questions? Contact Himalee Raj on 4721 1866 (ext. 230) or email [email protected]

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