Whangarei Library wins the Spark Foundation Morning Tea

Congratulations to Whangarei Library which scored the highest number of Spark Jump sign-ups in September.  They win a morning tea for all staff, funded by the Spark Foundation.  Note the count is based on the number of Kawa of Care received; it is most important that families complete their Kawa of Care before they take home their modems.  September results are:

Local Partner Number of modems issued in September 2018
Whangarei Library 11
Buller District Library 8
CKC REAP 8
De Paul House 8
Masterton Library 8
Whanau Resource Centre Pukekohe 7
Central Hawkes Bay Libraries 6
Nga Tai O Te Awa 5
Dunedin Public Library 4
RaWiri Residents Association 4
eLearning Porirua 3
Hastings District Libraries 3
North Harbour Budgeting Services 3
Te Mana o Kupe 3
Glen Innes Library 2
Hutt City Libraries 2
Te Matariki Clendon Community Library 2
Te Takere 2
Timaru District Libraries 2
Whanganui Libraries 2
Addington.net 1
Adult Learning Franklin 1
Grey District Library 1
Invercargill City Libraries 1
Kawerau District Library 1
Linwood Library 1
Manukau City Baptist Church 1
Nelson Public Libraries 1
Panmure Library 1
Sir Edmund Hillary Library (Papakura) 1
Tairawhiti Technology Trust 1
Tauranga City Libraries 1
Valley Baptist Community Centre Dunedin 1
Waitaki Libraries 1

 

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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