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Old 09-28-2012, 01:29 AM
Christopher Rozewski
 
Default Help Me Repurpose Old Computers with Edubuntu for Donation

Repurpose computers using free, and open source software, and donate them to organizations in need in NJ.


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Repurpose computers using freely available tools, and donate them to organizations in need in NJ.





Please fund my volunteerism.

Here's the PlanAssemble a group of individuals that are passionate about tech and donating it to people and organizations in need.
Reach out to schools, libraries, homeless shelters, and community centers and determine what essential software they need on the computers.


Gather donated equipment.
Do the work. Install Linux and other free and open source software.*
Deliver and train staff at the site on how to make use of their new equipment.






Computers
Functional, working, computers, monitors, keyboards, and mice - laptops work too - ideally from the last five years. If you can help, please, reach out.






Recipients
Do you know of an organization that has a need for functional computers? Get in touch and let me know.





Donate Money


There are costs that I'll need to cover like teaching materials, transportation, wokplaces, electricity, and storage.





forward to a friend*




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Old 09-28-2012, 01:29 AM
Christopher Rozewski
 
Default Help Me Repurpose Old Computers with Edubuntu for Donation

Repurpose computers using free, and open source software, and donate them to organizations in need in NJ.


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Help Me Repurpose and Donate Computers










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Repurpose computers using freely available tools, and donate them to organizations in need in NJ.





Please fund my volunteerism.

Here's the PlanAssemble a group of individuals that are passionate about tech and donating it to people and organizations in need.
Reach out to schools, libraries, homeless shelters, and community centers and determine what essential software they need on the computers.


Gather donated equipment.
Do the work. Install Linux and other free and open source software.*
Deliver and train staff at the site on how to make use of their new equipment.






Computers
Functional, working, computers, monitors, keyboards, and mice - laptops work too - ideally from the last five years. If you can help, please, reach out.






Recipients
Do you know of an organization that has a need for functional computers? Get in touch and let me know.





Donate Money


There are costs that I'll need to cover like teaching materials, transportation, wokplaces, electricity, and storage.





forward to a friend*




Images in the Creative Commons from, phil_g, Holtsman, Mindful_one ,*

Copyright 2012 Personal, All rights reserved.



Your a family member or friend


Add us to your address book





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