Upgrading electronic equipment? Do the PC thing: donate your current equipment for reuse. Reusing computers benefits communities, helps us use valuable materials
wisely, and keeps working PCs out of landfills.
If your computers are less than five years old, they can definately be put to good use by someone else. Even older and non-functioning systems can still yield valuable parts to repair other computers.
We can recycle your old computer equipment at no cost to you and reduce the impact on the environment by refurbishing it and providing the gift of technology to disadvantaged families right here, in our community and because we a 501 (c)(3) charity we can also provide you with an estimable tax deduction.
Desktop computers: Pentium IV (700 MHz and up)
Laptop computers: Pentium 3, Celeron or better
Macs: i Macs, e Macs, Power Macs, and Mac Books (500 MHz and up)
Monitors: Flat Panel (LCD, Plasma, etc)
Printers: Working printers only
Hard Drives: 10 Gig or larger
Memory: 256 MB or larger
CDR-Rom Drives: 32x or better
DVD/DVDR-Rom Drives 4x or better
Networking equipment: NIC's, hubs, switches, routers, and wireless (working only)
Software licenses: The "Certificate of Authenticity" for Windows XP, Vista, 7 and Microsoft Office products
OEM media: The CDs that came with the computer. Microsoft Windows,Office and the Recovery/Restore CDs
Miscellanious: Keyboards, mice, power supplies, power strips, cat 5 cable, CDRs and DVDRs
Ink Jet Cartridges: Dell, Lexmark, Toshiba, HP, etc (no refilled or generic cartridges)
Cell Phones: Any type