Four Spark Jump partners were first equal in August

Every month we count how many Spark Jump modems have been issued by each delivery partner and the partner who achieves the greatest number wins a free morning tea for all their staff, funded by the Spark Foundation.  In August, four partners were first equal, signing up 11 families each – De Paul House (Auckland), Linwood Library (Christchurch), Masterton Library and Nga Tai o Te Awa (Whanganui).  When this occurs, our practice has been to award the morning tea to the partner who hasn’t received a Spark Foundation Morning Tea before, but in this case we have two partners in this situation – De Paul House and Nga Tai o Te Awa.  Spark Foundation came to our rescue by agreeing to provide two free morning teas for August.  So well done to all four partners – you are really making waves in supporting your communities.

The Leader Board for Spark Jump signups is updated continuously and can be viewed here (tip: scroll to the bottom of the page).  The numbers are based on completed Kawa of Care.

Author: Laurence Zwimpfer

I am committed to supporting the development of New Zealand as a digitally included nation, where everyone has equitable opportunities to benefit from the digital world.

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