We help qualified families and students reach their goals by providing computers and training.
Need a free (or nearly free) computer?
Want To Help?
Most are willing to DONATE their used computers. That isn’t the issue. The issue for most companies is data security. We have good options for companies and people to donate their used computers to help others in need!
TechCharities is licensed through BitRaser to wipe and certify various levels of data destruction. We recommend a 3-pass wipe – NIST 800-88 Purge.
Give your device a second life!
TechCharities focuses on refurbishing and extending the life of devices that have been graciously donated by businesses and individuals.
“I just wanted to share my appreciation of how your organization is helping people. Lower income families need to be able to have access to a home computer and keeping up with the digital world .
Their ability to have communication online, fill out forms, apply for jobs or keep in touch with thier families, friends, school, doctor’s and employers is so important to their sucess!
Your charitable donations, time and work helps in ways you don’t see once your customers walk out the door. I wanted to remind you, that, what you do makes a difference. Thank You!”
“I would like to express my gratitude for the generous donation of the laptop. I am immensely thankful for your kindness and generosity. Your donation will have a significant impact on my academic and professional life.
With this laptop, I will be able to study and work more efficiently, which will allow me to achieve my goals more easily. Your donation has given me the opportunity to advance in my education and career, and I couldn’t be more grateful.
Once again, I would like to thank you for your donation. Your generosity has inspired me to one day give back to society in meaningful ways.”
“Thank you again for taking the time out of your lives to sponsor me with a brand-new laptop for my BYU PATHWAY connect online program.
Today, I know that my studies will be successful without any worries or thinking errors because each one of you restored my hope in education.”
-Student from Uganda