Atlanta, GA

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PCs for People Georgia provides affordable access to computers, internet, digital skills training, and workforce development. We aim to empower businesses and organizations to make a positive community and environmental impact.

Located in Atlanta, a city where more than 10% of households do not have access to an internet-connected computer, we are proud to join the digital inclusion community in Georgia and work together toward digital equity. 

Address:  261 Joseph E. Lowery Blvd. NW, Atlanta, GA 30314
Phone: 404-369-7040
Email:  atlanta@pcsforpeople.org

Retail Hours

By appointment only. 

Recycling Hours

By appointment only.

Digital Equity in Atlanta

Our Atlanta Digital Inclusion Hub (opening 2022) will provide community access to affordable devices and connectivity, digital literacy and skills training, and workforce development through computer and IT asset sourcing, warehouse processing, and computer refurbishing.

Partnership Opportunities

We are seeking partners in the Atlanta area to collaborate on our mission to serve the community and achieve digital equity. We provide organizations with free, secure, industry-leading data destruction and e-waste recycling services and then refurbish the computers for distribution to individuals and families in need. In the process, we divert thousands of tons of electronic waste materials from landfills and assist partner organizations in achieving meaningful community impact.

Meet Our Director

Brian Hooker

Brian Hooker is a community development professional skilled in leading employees to work as a team in support of a mission, and motivating volunteers, partners, community members and other stakeholders to take action. As market leader for PCs for People in Atlanta, Brian gets to channel his lifelong passion for technology, his experience, and network to bridge the digital divide and uplift local residents. Brian began his career as an IT project manager supporting one of the most important projects in Atlanta’s history; the 1996 Olympic Games. Along his journey Brian has worked in large corporations, tech startups, public agencies, and non-profit organizations focused on real estate development, economic incentives, job creation, and technical skill building to make a positive impact on Atlanta and other communities.