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Donate your old laptops to Nonprofit Technology Resources

They're hosting a laptop donation drive during Philly Tech Week.

Donate laptops to Nonprofit Technology Resources during Philly Tech Week and beyond.

Nonprofit Technology Resources, which refurbishes computers, offers training and workforce development for low-income Philadelphians, is hosting a laptop donation drive during Philly Tech Week.
NTR is accepting laptops with at least a Pentium 4 processer, which includes just about any laptop purchased since 2001. Donations to the nonprofit are tax deductible and all laptops are wiped clean of any remaining personal data, information or files. NTR can accommodate large donations from established groups and organizations.
There is greater interest and need for laptop donations to connect lower-income Philadelphians than ever, says NTR founder Stan Pokras, as computing moves away from the desktop.
While the  nonprofit is located at 1524 Brandywine Street in the Spring Garden neighborhood, laptop donations can be brought to the remaining Philly Tech Week lunchtime series events at WHYY from 12-1 p.m. today, tomorrow and Friday. If you are interested in donating otherwise, contact us or NTR. Find all PTW events listed here.
In March, Technically Philly reported on NTR budget concerns, which are on-going.
[Full Disclosure: NTR is a former TP advertiser]
Photo courtesy of Flickr user Mmy Moon.

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