- Electronics Recycling
- Individual Electronics Drop-off
- Volunteer Opportunities
Since 2018, PCs for People Ohio has been committed to serving the state through computers, internet access, digital skills training, and tech support for families and individuals in underserved communities. We also provide a valuable service to businesses through free, certified, sustainable e-recycling for computers and other retired technology.
Desktops: start at $30 (two free desktops available per day)
Laptops: start at $50
Internet: $69 for the device, $15 per month for service
Address: 3126 St Clair Ave NE, Cleveland, OH 44114
Located on the RTA Bus Line 1
Monday – Friday: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday: CLOSED
Bevin Bowersmith was born and raised in the Greater Cleveland area and found a passion for volunteering with nonprofits at a young age. Bevin began her over 15-year social justice career working with at-risk youth, reducing recidivism and homelessness, and developing workforce development training programs for incarcerated women. Bevin joined PCs for People in 2019 after recognizing the need to bridge the digital divide and to help families in her community become better connected. Bevin lives in Westlake, OH, with her husband Bo, toddler daughter Rowan, and a rambunctious dog named Laika.
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We’re all working together to bridge this digital divide. PCs for People is a growing partnership with the State of Ohio to help get more internet access, to get more internet-ready devices out to the public so we can close that digital divide. “You cannot participate in the modern economy, the modern education system, or the modern healthcare system without it. The State of Ohio and PCs for People are working together to solve that problem.
– Lt. Governor Jon Husted