Supporting Education Across the Community
Beyond redistributing computers to schools and students across the state, we have programming for students of all ages to help develop the skills, knowledge, and confidence required for success in school, the community and the workforce.
Our NAID and R2 certified computer donation and recycling program provides computers to schools, educational nonprofits, and underserved students.
Our no-cost IT certification classes help people develop the technical and professional skills needed to secure employment in the IT world.
We place computers with learners of all ages to stay connected to their education and professional aspirations from anywhere.
Recycle and Refurbish
We Recycle and Refurbish Computers
We refurbish computers donated from businesses and redistribute them to students and schools in need. Our programs give students the skills and confidence they need to succeed in school and begin a career in IT.
We Ensure Your Data Security
As a NAID AAA-certified organization, we have the highest standards with regard to data security and destruction. We haven’t had a single data breach since we started operating in 1997.
How We’ve Helped
We are rooted in our community to give the help we can to those who need it. By creating digital equity in Minnesota, we are diversifying educational and professional spaces to make sure that everyone has the technology access and skills to improve their lives and succeed.
Through our Computer Donation program, we create digital equity for students across the state by increasing access to technology.
Free technology training changes lives by giving students the skills they need to be successful in school and the workforce.
Any technology that can’t be refurbished is recycled responsibly, keeping used technology out of landfills.
Become a Partner
Whatever your strengths or personal connections to education and technology, you can help us create digital equity in Minnesota. Donating either money or equipment will help place more computers in the hands of students.