In an effort to increase impact PCs for People has launched a computer refrubisher affiliate program. Through this program PCs for People shares custom automated refurbishing tools with non-profit refrubishers from across the US. Affiliates leverage the tools to produce high quality refurbished computers and serves as a common platform for thousands of people to benefit from our collaborative effort.

PCs for People

24 Years 190,000 Distributed 520,000 People 3,000 Tons

PCs for People is a national nonprofit working to get low-cost quality computers and internet into the homes of individuals and families with low income. By recycling and then refurbishing computers, PCs for People provides a valuable service to businesses, families, and the planet by keeping computers out of landfills and repurposing them to advance digital inclusion. Since 1998, PCs for People has become a national leader in digital inclusion by serving over 520,000 individuals, providing 190,000 home computers, connecting 77,000 households to the internet, and responsibly recycling over 9 million pounds of electronic waste through the secure e-waste recycling service. To learn more visit


10 Years 27,400 Distributed 71,200 People 5,119,900 Tons

Human-I-T is a social enterprise that provides devices, internet access, digital skills training, and tech support to people who don't have access to those things while, at the same time making it easy for businesses and organizations to do good and protect the environment by donating their old technology instead of recycling it. As you look around, look for devices marked with the letters ACP. This stands for Affordable Connectivity Program, which means that device is eligible to have its price reduced even more if you buy a hotspot and establish new internet service through Human-I-T as part of the ACP. Visit or call 888-391-7249 to get connected for less.

Computer Reach

22 Years 4,393 Distributed 13,179 People 223 Tons

Computer Reach is a volunteer humanitarian organization based in Pittsburgh that refurbishes donated and used computer technology (hardware & software) and bundles it with professional support, service & training. Our mission is to provide refurbished computers to organizations in the U.S. and around the globe that serve people in need.

Digital Bridge

24 Years 750 Distributed 1,722 People 51 Tons

We are Digital Bridge, and it is our mission to connect under-served groups and individuals with digital resources that they would otherwise not be able to access on their own. To accomplish this mission, we help people and organizations to re-purpose their used technological assets by redistributing them among the local community and to others around the globe. Based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, we work with partnering nonprofits and non-governmental organizations throughout the world to provide affordable technology to low-income households, set up computer labs for the communities that need them, and to help our partners who are already doing good work to further their missions and create a lasting legacy, all using refurbished technology.

Alliance for Technology Refurbishing & Reuse

38 Years 0 Distributed 0 People 0 Tons

National Cristina Foundation (NCF) provides computer technology and solutions to give people with disabilities, students at risk and economically disadvantaged persons the opportunity, through training, to lead more independent and productive lives. Since it's founding in 1984, without charging a fee for its work or technology, NCF has been a conduit of hope, bridging the gap among corporations and community organizations and public agencies who train people with special needs.

The Wilderness Technology Alliance

22 Years 0 Distributed 0 People 0 Tons

Providing Leadership and Technology Skills together with Work-Based Learning that Leads to Successful Employment and Entrepreneurship.

Merit Partners

18 Years 0 Distributed 0 People 0 Tons

Merit Partners, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, has operated Merit Partners within the Northern California Youth Facility in Stockton, California since 2004.Merit operates its electronic reclamation business by employing and training young adult offenders in all aspects of running a business.