Help Put Computers in Students’ Hands
As of this month, our Pittsburgh area volunteers have refurbished for re-use 4,051 Computers! This is an amazing number that we are so proud to share with you. But, we always want more! That’s why we can use your help to fund several local school projects.
When we place a computer in a school, each computer serves 5 students every day.
By re-using equipment, rather than buying new, each computer we recycle reduces our carbon footprint.
If you’re interested in helping with a donation, or helping by donating your time as a volunteer, call our Executive Director Dave Sevick for more details. You can also donate directly on our website. YES, we are a 501c3 charity!
Thanks again for all the volunteering and funding support as we continue to grow.
About this photo:
This picture is a still from a video that shows our Computer Reach team delivering a total of 11 computers to a Family Resources site at BJWL in the Hill District of Pittsburgh on August 17, 2011. LaRay Moton is the Site coordinator and Jamayia Moore is the site supervisor. The kids were really great and excited to get the new technology. Volunteer Marty Swartz deserves credit for taking the time to help organize and deliver the computers to this site.