The Community Computer Alliance and the Easton Town Center are asking Columbusites to donate their old electronics to benefit individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities.
According to a press release from CCA, donation items can include most all “electronic devices, computers, laptops, iPads, iPods and PDAs, cell phones, gaming systems, home stereos, VCRs and DVD players, wires and cables, LCD and CRT monitors, keyboards, mice, printers, scanners, copiers, ink and toner cartridges and computer parts and accessories.”
Don’t worry about having to wipe your electronic memory cards, professionals there will do that for you at no cost.
The CCA allows for persons with developmental disabilities to learn valuable job skills and training through dismantling, building, and sorting electronic equipment. They also offer training in a workplace environment.
For more information, you can visit the CCA Facebook page for event updates.
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