Be Without Limits

Providing computers to isolated and underserved First Nations communities in Canada

Gabriel Israel and the marketing and ESG team at Amdocs partnered with reBOOT Canada to raise funds and provide indigenous youth across Turtle Island with a reBOOT Canada refurbished laptop.

portrait of Gabriel IsraelGabriel’s ingenuity and commitment drove the “Be Without Limits” campaign to achieve a target of $35,000. By the end of November, 100 laptops were distributed directly to indigenous youth applicants across Canada.

We’re proud to partner with Gabriel and his team to support the work of the excellent teams at vital organizations such as:

Spirit of the Children Society New Westminster BC
Fond Du Lac Denesuline First Nation Fond Du Lac SK
Child & Education Services Biigtigong ON
Odawa Native Friendship Centre Ottawa ON
Qitani Inuit Association Iqualuit NU
Centre for indigenous Theatre Toronto ON
Nogojiwanong Native Friendship Centre Peterborough ON
Niijkiwendidaa Ansishnekwewaag Services Circle Peterborough ON
Beausoleil First Nation Christian Island ON
Ugpi’Ganjig First Nation Eel River Bar NB
Native Child & Family Services Toronto ON
Workplace Education Manitoba Winnipeg MB
Native Women’s Centre Hamilton ON
Nishnawbe-Gamik Friendship Centre Sioux Lookout ON
John Howard Society of Peterborough Peterborough ON
Mi’kmaw Native Friendship Centre Halifax NS
Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre Winnipeg MB
Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board Indigenous Dept. Peterborough ON

31,000 Amdocs staff around the world were asked to donate as Gabriel took on the personal challenge of climbing to Base Camp at Mt Everest. He recorded his experience in poignant and dramatic expert photographs and frequently sent back updates through social media. Three large format exclusive prints of photographs from the trip were sold to Amdocs and the proceeds were all directed to the Be Without Limits initiative with reBOOT Canada.

Thank you once again to Gabriel and the Amdocs team for your vision and support in this initiative.

Every $350 raised provides a computer to an indigenous youth in need.

Campaign progress image showing 100% raised of $35,000 goal