What We Do
We offer refurbished computers, low-cost internet, support and training, as well as computer recycling. We are based in western Pennsylvania and work all over the world to make technology available and usable to people most in need.
Services to Nonprofits
Refurbished Computers and Equipment: We offer Linux, Apple, and Windows computers and laptops, as well as iPads, iPhones and printers for sale well below retail and TechSoup prices. We also offer a low-cost wireless internet option that supports up to 10 devices at a time. Our equipment comes with a 1-year warranty. You can purchase one computer or 50+ at a time. Click HERE for more information about our inventory and how to purchase in bulk.
1-to-1 and Small Group Training: We train on Computer Basics, Applications and Internet 101, and can tailor training to specific groups. Our focus is on working with people who have never owned a computer before – and we can work with nonprofits to offer participants a computer at completion of training.
Computer Center Set Up: We work with community centers to establish and support technology at their site. Our model includes a train the trainer approach so that staff/users can become the trainers, and make for a more sustainable computer center.
Computer Recycling: We take any bootable computer and we will either refurbish it for sale or use in our community programs, or de-manufacture and responsibly recycle it.
Youth Camps: We offer camps for youth ages 8-14 that teach computer basics and safe internet use in fun and interactive ways.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-444-8816 for more information about our services.
Services to People in Need
We offer computers at no costs to those who qualify through our Good Home project. Potential recipient must be below the 200% poverty level or be currently enrolled in an income-based government assistance program. Maximum income levels are as follows:
Persons in Family Max Allowed Income
Participants in Good Home are awarded a computer after they successfully complete eight hours of computer literacy training. Awardees agree to participate in two follow up phone surveys to see how they are using their computer. There is a fee of $20 to participate in the Good Home program.
Contact email@example.com or 412-444-8816 for more information on how to participate.
Services to Businesses
Computer and Technology Recycling: We take any bootable computer and we will either refurbish it for sale or use in our community programs, or de-manufacture and responsibly recycle it.
Corporate Volunteer Days: If you have a group of eight or more and would like to spend a day in service to people in need, we offer full day volunteering events complete with t-shirts and lunch!
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-622-4353 for more information about recycling programs and corporate social responsibility events.
Partnering with religious organizations and nonprofits in Western Pennsylvania, we have placed computers in over 30 countries in schools, hospitals, community centers and universities around the world.
Contact email@example.com or 724-779-0099 for more information about our international work.