The Electronic Recycling Association donates several computers and laptops to local charities and non profit organizations
02 Jun, 2013, 11:48 ET
VANCOUVER, June 2, 2013 /CNW/ -
May 2013 - ERA donates to Scouts Canada in Calgary! The systems will help upgrade the staff computers and run Scout programs! Mirela was onsite for this donation.
May 2013 - ERA Donates to the Rainbow Society of Alberta in Calgary! Anita and Ben were on site to deliver the donation of laptops that will help the organization to display their presentations and keep their records in order.
May 2013 - ERA donates to Norquest College in Edmonton. These donations will go to deserving students who require computers in order to succeed in their studies.
May 2013 - ERA donates to Camp Moomba in BC. Camp Moomba offers specialized recreational and support progams for children affected by HIV/AIDS. They provide a safe and caring environment for these children, allowing friendship to flourish.
April 2013 - ERA donates fifty five (55) PC's to Vecova in Calgary! These PC's will provide an upgrade for the Vecova staff to ensure that they have the proper tools and resources to continue providing such great services and programs to persons with disabilities. ERA is happy to help such a great organization.
March 2013 - Happy International Women's Day! ERA is proud to support a day that celebrates the achievements of women across the globe! To kick off International Women's Day ERA donated five computer systems to the Women In Need Society in Calgary. These computers will go to families staying in the housing residence as well as the community resource centre.
January 2013 - ERA donates to BC 211. The laptop will be going to a family that BC 211 had adopted for the Holiday Season. This family has children that require a home computer system in order to complete school work.
Corporations and institutions can request for the ERA to deliver the mobile hard drive shredders to their offices, for data destruction for large quantities of hard drives.
ERA will reuse the computers and laptops, by giving them to charities and non profits, as well as enabling low income families and people to purchase them for very cheap. Not everyone can purchase a brand new IPAD, or laptop, so the ERA allows low income people and start up companies to buy computers for as cheap as $20, and laptops for as cheap as $50. ERA also provides low cost servers, networking equipment and high tech devices.
ERA donates computers and electronics at no charge to charities and non profits, as much as it is able to. Since the ERA receives no government funding or grants, it sells used computers and laptops to pay for their trucks, warehouse, and employees.
SOURCE: Electronic Recycling Association
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