Donate used computer equipment with reBOOT Canada
13/02/15

reBOOT Canada is a charity that responsibly recycles and refurbishes both functioning and non-functioning Mac and PC monitors, printers, cameras and networking equipment. reBOOT will pick-up materials in the GTA at little to no charge and issue a tax receipt for the market value.

 

reBOOT operates under the principles of responsibility, education, stewardship of the environment and sustainability, providing simple low-cost technology solutions to thousands of Canadians. The organization's individual and corporate donors are leaders in environmental stewardship,  representing diverse communities and industries and demonstrating a commitment to sustainable management of their resources.

 

About reBOOT

Established in 1995, reBOOT Canada is a Canadian registered charity based in Toronto that safely recycles and refurbishes donated computer equipment keeping it out of landfills and also providing low cost access to simple technology to help organizations and individuals get and stay connected.  Our mission is to bridge the digital divide by providing subsidized and reliable access to technology, software, computer education and the internet experience.

 

reBOOT will celebrate our 20th anniversary in 2015. Over the last two decades, reBOOT Canada has distributed over 200,000 pieces of equipment to non-profit organizations, charities, and individuals in Canada, allowing them to support their communities, continue their work and enter the workforce.

 

Thanks to the generous assistance from corporations and individual donors, reBOOT’s programs have directly reached over 75,000 Canadians and their communities. reBOOT Canada and its staff are dedicated to making a significant improvement in the lives of Canadians by providing them with the tools, knowledge, and self-confidence to achieve their goals through the use of technology and the internet. In 2015, reBOOT will continue to expand and improve operations in order to ensure its community programs reach as many Canadians as possible. 

 

For more information, visit http://www.rebootcanada.ca/