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A photo of our Cleveland Staff: Tiffany, Bryan, Andrea, Amanda and Alexis
The launch of our new Cleveland store has been a success and we’ve already distributed 60 computers since opening on October 10th! The store opening received coverage from a variety of news sources and we’ve selected a few to highlight below. Our partners at the Cleveland Foundation made a great video highlighting how PCs for People is partnering with recipient organizations in Cleveland to bridge the digital divide: News 5 ABC: Groups providing high-speed internet, low-cost
PCs for People's Alejandro Dopico hands a computer to a recipient.
  October 9th, 2018 marks the official opening of the PCs for People store in Cleveland, OH which was made possible through a grant from the Cleveland Foundation. Our team in Cleveland is led by our Executive Director in Ohio, Bryan Mauk, and the store is located at 6005 Francis Ave, Cleveland Ohio 44127. The PCs for People store in Cleveland will be open Monday through Friday from 10 am to 6 pm. Our Cleveland store will offer
Local nonprofit utilizes grant funds to divert electronic waste from landfills and provide technology to underserved populations DENVER, Colo. – PCs for People was awarded $80,484 in grant funds to expand its recycling program and create new green-sector jobs. The award was acquired from the Recycling Resources Economic Opportunity (RREO) competitive grant program, which is administered by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). The RREO grant provides for-profit, nonprofit, and local entities
PCs for People is giving you and your students an extra 10% off all our products through the end of September. Click here to download a pdf flyer with information about our back to school discount which you can print and put up at your school. Order online at and enter coupon code backtoschool10 at checkout in the box marked ‘Coupon Code’. Visit our stores and let the cashier know you would like to use the Back to School
Aug. 14, 2018 (MINNEAPOLIS) the City of Minneapolis donated 200 used computers today to two nonprofits that will use them for Minneapolis computer training programs and to sell at a low cost to Minneapolis residents who meet income guidelines. This helps Minneapolis toward goals in Minneapolis 2040, the City’s draft comprehensive plan, to ensure that residents have access to technology. PCs for People and Minnesota Computers for Schools will refurbish the donated computers and set them up with office programs, internet