OUR MISSION:

Support the non-profit refurbishing and reuse community to provide low-cost or free technology to those in need.

AFTRR builds a community among non-profit technology refurbishers through collaboration, advocacy, and promotion of best practices.

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Making a Difference

Interconnection

Our mission is to make information and communication technology accessible to underserved communities around the world. We accomplish this mission by providing high-quality refurbished computers to non-profit and non-governmental organizations. As a national organization that refurbishes and ships computers and laptops worldwide, we are focused on reuse instead of recycling, and are committed to the […] Read More

Computer Reach

Computer Reach is a non-profit social enterprise that trains volunteers to refurbish used computers and digital equipment in an environmentally responsible manner. We work with funding partners to provide refurbished equipment to qualified humanitarian organizations around the world to meet their technology needs so they can better serve their communities. We support the equipment we place […] Read More

Virginia Star

The Virginia Student Training and Refurbishment Program (Virginia STAR or VA STAR) is a state-wide program that teaches students to refurbish surplus computer hardware from government agencies and private companies. The refurbished computers are donated to families, organizations, and school districts in need. Through participation in the program, students work towards earning industry-standard certifications from […] Read More

Electronic Access Foundation

Electronic Access Foundation (EAF) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization established for the purpose of donating surplus electronic equipment to other qualified charitable organizations in need. EAF obtains donations through partnership with corporations, universities, and organizations by offering them an alternative to recycling of their surplus electronic equipment. Website: http://e-access.org Read More

Wilderness Technology Alliance

The Wilderness Technology Alliance (WTA) partners with schools and community based organizations to implement technology training and work-based learning programs where youth gain skills in the classroom and experience by providing valuable technology products and services to their school or local community. Most programs are run as “WildTech” student enterprises that generate revenue to self-sustain […] Read More

Tech for Troops

Tech For Troops Project provides free refurbished computers to veterans, enabling them to connect with employers and develop essential computer skills. We hire veterans and provide technical training, keep usable computers out of the landfill, and recycle electronics in an environmentally sustainable way. Website: http://techfortroopsproject.org Read More

Kramden Institute

Kramden’s Mission: Providing Technology Tools and Training to Bridge the Digital Divide. Since Kramden’s founding in 2003, we have refurbished and awarded over 22,000 computers to deserving students and community members in need of a personal home computer. Kramden also offers an array of educational programs covering everything from basic digital literacy to advanced programming […] Read More

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