Record Speed Recycling

This past weekend, we had another great Volunteer Saturday at ITT Tech’s Tarentum campus.  Clocking in at record speeds, we ran diagnostic triage and Edubuntu imaging on a total of 98 computers from 8AM – 4PM.

We owe a special thanks to Kim Coles of the County of Westmoreland Mac Users Group (COWMUG) for coming in extra early to run the welcome table. Also, a big thanks to Debbie and Mark Neuherz for transporting all of the computers to a new storage cage site in Pittsburgh Mills.

You can sign up for future volunteer work days with Computer Reach through our Pittsburgh Cares page. We are a new Non-Profit Priority Partner with Pittsburgh Cares. We’re looking forward to reaching a broader audience to help us reach our goals.

Check out the video and say “Hello” to 22 hard-working volunteers that beat the clock on a beautiful Saturday donating their time and talents. Thank you all!


  • Computers
  • Volunteers
  • Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

    This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

    Join Us in Our Refurbishing Efforts

    Our Partners