2020 has been a rough year to say the least. Many individuals, families, students, and countless others have been put in a difficult position when it comes to working and education. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many school students in the United States and around the world to embrace remote learning. However, not all have computers at home. The beginning of the 2020-2021 school years spotlights just how wide the technology gap really is. The coronavirus pandemic is overwhelming, and one of the most excruciating parts for many people is the feeling of utter helplessness in the face of widespread suffering and hardship.
When you upgrade your desktop computer or tablet, what do you do with your old one? You might sell it, perhaps even give it to a friend or family member…or you might stick it in a drawer where it will wait to be rediscovered by you in the future. How about instead of letting tech waste away in a junk drawer, donate desktop computer or donate tablet instead?
Computers have become an essential tool for learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. School suspensions lasting for months on end due to the pandemic, online learning activities, webinars, virtual projects, are all necessary. Without the necessary devices, student’s can’t learn efficiently. Not only are they unable to learn efficiently, but the quality behind their work can be seriously affected.
Working tech — even if it’s older — is expensive, and nonprofit organizations are not exactly rolling in cash. Computers with Causes would love to re-purpose, recycle or sell your old devices and offer you a 2020 tax deductible.
- Donate iPad
- Donate Surface Pro Tablet
- Donate Android tablet
- Donate Windows Tablet
- Donate PC
- Donate Mac desktop
- Donate Gaming PC
- Donate All-in-One PC
Computers with Causes is willing to take your old desktop computers and tablets off your hands. If your desktop computer or tablet works , Computers with Causes will make the donation process simple and easy. Computers with Causes is a national IRS approved nonprofit that will re-purposes old tech for schools, libraries, low-income families and so much more. They accepts tech in any condition as long as they boot up. Additionally, because they are a 501(c)3 not for profit charity, you will get a deductible on your 2020 tax return based on the value of your donation when you donate before the end of the year!
Do you business and are upgrading your equipment? Computers with causes can also haul your old equipment away when you decide to donate surplus equipment.
Why would you deal with the head ache of figuring out where to store your old tech? Clean out space in your home or business and get that warm fuzzy feeling that comes with making a charitable donation. Contact them now to speak with a knowledgeable volunteer if you have any questions about donating.