Educational Programs:  is a non-profit 501(C)(3) organization  receives donated computers from individuals and businesses.  We refurbish these computers and then distribute them - FOR FREE - to  children and their families to students for their home use. As a part of this program, each student's educational needs are considered and software programs and training by our volunteers are provided to assist them in improving their studies. offers children an exciting opportunity to gain the necessary high tech skills needed to join the workforce as computer literate adults and navigate in our complex electronic world.  Donations of computer equipment and software programs are received from individuals, schools and government agencies. Our donation program helps to address the growing problem of older computer systems being discarded to the landfill or shelved and unused, taking up warehouse space.  It also provides a tax credit opportunity for the donors.

The process of refurbishing computers provides training opportunities to vocational students interested in computer sciences.  Internships have been developed with education programs that allow their students to receive real-time, hands-on experience; and in some cases, fulfills their "community service" requirements for High School Graduation.

Closing the "digital divide" and increasing knowledge and skills through use of home computers offers individuals in today's society an equal opportunity to succeed.  Reuse, reduction and recycling are key components of our program that has long-reaching effects benefiting the community and the environment.  However, it is first and foremost our mission to offer our qualifying families the opportunity to enhance their education through the use of technology.  Often times, your donation is the first computers that most of these families have ever owned. is  a program of education and community service designed to keep today's youth knowledgeable and educated in an electronic world.


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