Please Donate Your Used Pc, Mac, or Laptop

 

Comp4Kids, an IRS recognized 501(c)(3) charity, collects and refurbishes used computer equipment. We then distribute these computers - FOR FREE - to low income families across Long Island, and the entire tri-state area.  Comp4Kids improves the lives of children and young adults by providing these families with access to computers and the training necessary to implement this technology into their daily lives.  Comp4Kids works with with numerous School Districts, Public Libraries, Pre-Schools, After School Programs, Special Education Schools and other charitable organizations which service at-risk children, families, and young adults

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For more information about making or receiving donations please read our FAQ

 

All donors receives a tax deductible receipt acknowledging their gift.

 

 

Comp4Kids in the News:

 

ESL Students Receive Donated Laptops

Through a donation from Comp4Kids, the 13 students in Arnel Leitmanís English as a Second Language (ESL) classes at John H. West Elementary School have received their own laptop computers to use at home. These laptops will enable the students to stay connected to the ever-changing technological world in which they live and complete school assignments by using the computer, an opportunity many were not previously afforded.

ESL students in Arnel Leitmanís classes at John H. West Elementary School received refurbished laptop computers to use at home thanks to a donation made by Comp4Kids. The donation was made as a result of an application submitted by Ms. Leitman.

Comp4Kids, a non-profit organization that obtains laptops, refurbishes them and installs software for students who are learning English, donated the laptops to Mrs. Leitmanís first through fifth-grade students this March after receiving her application for the grant. In the application, Mrs.Leitman provided an overview of the school district, its ESL population, the needs of its at-rick population, and its goals for promoting literacy. 

The laptops came equipped with Microsoft Office products and access to the Internet, which can be activated with parental approval. To help protect the donated laptops, the Plainedge Teachers Union provided each student with a tote bag to use when transporting their computers.

 

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Barry Tech Computer Technology and Network Cabling partner with Comp4kids
 

Barry Tech Computer Technology and Network Cabling students repaired over 40 laptops for the non profit organization, Comp4kids. Comp4kids collects and refurbishes used or damaged computer equipment, then distributes the computers - FOR FREE - to low income families across Long Island. This partnership improves the lives of children and young adults by providing these families with access to computers and technology.

 


 


 

 

 

 

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17 Crestwood Road   Port Washington  NY   11050

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