PCs for People Computer Equipment Drive

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Help bridge the digital divide  the gap between those who can access the digital world and those who cannot.

Digital inclusion efforts are essential as it becomes increasingly hard to access education, healthcare, or employment opportunities without access to a computer or the internet. This became especially clear during the COVID-19 pandemic when schools and many workplaces went remote. Students who did not have computers or broadband internet at home were at a significant disadvantage.

Join the Federation's Community Relations Committee as we support PCs for People through a computer equipment drive that will allow us to bridge the digital divide.

Collection Drive Information:

July 11  August 4

Collection times:
Sunday, August 1: 9:30  11:30 am
Wednesday, August 4: 5  6:30 pm

Please note: Items can be dropped off on August 1, August 4, or by appointment. Please contact Aviva Roland to schedule your drop-off appointment at 216-593-2926.

Jewish Federation of Cleveland
Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Building
25701 Science Park Drive, Beachwood
(drop-off at the garage in the back of the building)

Equipment Accepted*:

  • Desktop Computers
  • Laptops
  • LCD Monitors (All sizes)
  • Plasma screens
  • LED screens
  • Keyboards
  • Mice
  • Printers
  • Speakers
  • Hard Drives
  • Memory Power Cords
  • Any Computer Accessories!

All donated devices will be wiped clean of personal data.

If computers are too old or unusable they will be discarded in an environmentally friendly manner. Appropriate materials will be recycled.

*Note: Businesses or agencies that want to donate at least 15 devices should contact Scott Garson directly for more information and to receive a NAID certificate.

For more information, contact Aviva Roland at aroland@jcfcleve.org or 216-593-2926.

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