Others while Recycling
Your Used Computer Equipment
you have computer equipment that is just taking up space
in your home? One of our club members has volunteered to
help you clear out such equipment in an environmentally safe
way, at no cost to you, while offering you the opportunity
to help disabled people improve their quality of life. The
SHARE Foundation, Inc. provides specially adapted computer
systems to people with disabilities.
is a win-win program. You win by experiencing the satisfaction
of helping others and knowing that you have disposed of computer
equipment in an environmentally sound way. Disabled people
win by getting individually customized computer systems,
outfitted with special switches or other devices that allow
them to communicate in spite of severe disabilities. For
these people, the computer truly becomes a "lifeline."
What to do:
sure your equipment qualifies for this program. Monitors,
CPUs, keyboards, mice, printers and any related equipment
will be greatly appreciated. Please include any documentation,
drivers and/or software with the equipment that you
cannot accept Apple/Macintosh equipment.
equipment with 5.25" floppy drives is not usable
as it is not of adequate power or capacity for the purposes
of this program.
with the following information:
full name, postal address, and phone number
each item you wish to donate, the item description, make,
information you furnish will be reviewed and you will receive
a response letting you know where and when to drop off your
equipment so that it can be taken to UMass Dartmouth for
processing. If SHARE determines that the equipment can be
used for the disabled, you will be sent a donation receipt
for tax deduction purposes. If SHARE finds that the equipment
cannot be used for this program, it will be recycled at no
cost to you.
you for your help!
Buthmann, February 2002