A program of Info Line, Inc.

Donate Your Computers

Empowering nonprofits to serve more people through technology and connectivity.


Upgrading your computers? 

Have some old ones sitting around? 

Donate them to Project Connect!   


Project Connect collaborates with the Northeast Ohio Computer Exchange to refurbish less-than-cutting-edge computers and make them available to needy nonprofits.  As a member of the Microsoft Authorized Refurbisher program, their process guarantees that your data will be removed from hard drives and parts not used are disposed of in an environmentally safe manner.

If your old machines or monitors fit the guidelines below, please contact Ed Rowlance at 330-266-8788 or . 

Minimum requirements of donated equipment

  • 600 MHz CPU or higher

  • 64 MB RAM, 128 MB RAM preferred

  • 4 GB hard drive

  • 8x CD-ROM drive or faster

  • 17" or larger monitor capable of displaying 16-bit color at 800x600 resolution

Optional items:

  • functioning keyboard/mouse

  • sound card/speakers

  • 10/100 Ethernet card or 56K modem

  • scanners

If your equipment does not meet these minimum standards, take your  computers, scanners, printers, monitors and software to Summit County's Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Center facility during its regular hours of operation. Through the RET3 Job Corp (, computers are either dismantled and recycled or upgraded and distributed to schools and other non-profit organizations. Click here for more information.

Our Belief

Non-profit organizations can better serve their mission when they use technology and connectivity to increase efficiency and improve communications among their clients, other non-profit agencies, and the general community.

Our Mission

Assist non-profit organizations to better serve their mission through technology and connectivity by providing easy, affordable access to equipment and software, training, technical assistance, and website management.

Support the Nonprofit Community

Project Connect is partially funded by:

If you would like to support our efforts, please contact Jacquie Skrzypiec, Project Director, at 330-315-1335 or . For our 2006 Annual Report for Ohio Grantmakers, click here.



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