Pittsburgh's Computer Reach is appropriately named. This AFTRR member nonprofit refurbisher recently shipped 24 iMacs and 24 HP inkjet printers to the Capital Area Corporate Recycling Council (CACRC), another AFTRR member with a long and productive history serving schools and nonprofits throughout the state of Louisiana. The "forgotten flood" of August, 2016
The recipient of this year's Jim Lynch Award is AFTRR’s very own Charles Brennick. His nonprofit, Seattle based InterConnection is a very successful nonprofit refurbishment center. Interconnection was founded in 1999 by Charles and started as one of the few refurbishers to supply thousands of PCs to low income area schools and nonprofits in developing countries.
Dave Sevick, Founder and Executive Director of the nonprofit Computer Reach in Pittsburgh has been refurbishing computers for 16 years. His organization serves Pittsburgh and Western PA as well as projects nationally and in 30 other countries. After such a long time refurbishing and having such a great impact, Dave thought he knew all he
On July 15, 2016 the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Julian Castro, announced in conjunction with Comcast an expansion of the availability of low-cost broadband services to eligible HUD households within Comcast's entire service area footprint. This effort is an expansion of HUD's one year old ConnectHome project. Representative of the AFTRR Steering Committee