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    Taxonomy Code: TI-1800.6500-150

    Programs that accept used computers and associated hardware, refurbish them if necessary, and keep them for use in their own program or donate them to other nonprofit organizations.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Donor ServicesAccepts donations of laptops, flash drives, bus tokens, and gas and clothing gift cards.AlbanyLAPTOPS, TECHNOLOGY, AND GIFT CARD DONATIONS PROGRAMCAPITAL DISTRICT WOMEN'S EMPLOYMENT AND RESOURCE CENTER (WERC)
    Education/Training ServicesThe Computers for Kids Program of Troy Area United Ministries runs an intensive summer program for low income and at-risk youth. High School students learn to rebuild and upgrade computer hardware and to install and run software. At the end of the program, each student takes home a fully loaded computer that he or she has rebuilt. Donations of computers, Pentium IV or better, are accepted.RensselaerCOMPUTERS FOR KIDSTROY AREA UNITED MINISTRIES

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