Before donating your old PC, remember to clean off your hard drive - especially confidential data - including your e-mail and address book.
No matter where you bought it, Best Buy will recycle it.
The UU Church Computers for Kids program refurbishes and recycles donated computers into the homes of families with children who attend area schools and do not currently have a home computer based on financial need as determined by their respective school. Parents/Guardians who receive a computer are expected to obtain internet access and utilize the online programs supported by their respective schools. Computers capable of supporting Windows XP and above will be appreciated.
To donate a computer, email Loren Loberg or call at 501-204-2725.
Teen Challenge can use any kind of computer that is working to be used for their clients to learn how to write resumes, letters home, etc. Contact Dale Soderberg at 501-915-9836.
Thee Brother's Keeper is a non-profit agency dedicated to addressing the needs of single father families. They refurbish and sell computers from $100 to $250 to raise money for their programs. All units have, as needed, computer, monitor, keyboard, mouse, speaker, DVD drive, Microsoft Windows 10 Professional, Microsoft Office 2016 Professional, and can connect to the Internet wired/wireless. All computers have a 90-day hardware warranty.
They are also an E-waste collection center. They accept all electronic equipment, Computers, monitors, netbooks, tablets, laptops, printers, radios, TVs, VCRs, stereos, DVD players, Toner and ink cartridges, home phones, cell phones, GPS devices, digital cameras. They also accept large and small appliances, furniture of all types, men's and children's clothing. Call to arrange pickup or bring your "waste" to us so we can recycle it.