Computers and Laptops Wanted, Dead or Alive! Last Chance for 2004 Tax Deductions!
SAN FRANCISCO, CA /Send2Press Newswire/ — Computers and Laptops donated this holiday season to Computer Recycling Center’s (C.R.C.) End-Of-the-Year Drop-Off event will go to the “Hundred for One-Hundred” project. 100 computers in 100 days will be refurbished for reuse and used by community nonprofits and public school teachers around the Bay Area. C.R.C. is a 501-c-3 nonprofit organization.
All donors will receive a charitable, tax-deductible receipt, for their donation. Because these computers will be reused within the nonprofit programs, donors can deduct the full value of their donation.
Compumentor, a 501-c-3 nonprofit in San Francisco, CA provides nonprofits with operating systems and software for the refurbished computers. Jim Lynch, Manager for computer recycling and reuse at Compumentor says 6 million computers are needed for low-income families and digital-divide programs in the U.S.A.
Computers and Laptops Wanted, Dead or Alive! NO FEES or CHARGES.
FREE drop-off for up to 5 large computer items, any age, working and nonworking.
FREE drop-off for all laptops and laptop parts.
FREE tax-deductible charitable receipt. Last Chance to SAVE on your 2004 taxes!
SUPPORT the “HUNDRED for ONE-HUNDRED” project in the bay area.
When: December 27, 28, 29, 30 (Monday, Tues., Wed., Thurs.); 10 am – 2 PM each day
* San Francisco
SBC Park: Dec. 27 and 28 (Monday and Tuesday) Parking Lot “A”
Marina Green: Dec. 29 and 30 (Wednesday and Thursday) off Marina Blvd. at Webster
* Sunnyvale – 370 W. Caribbean Drive 94089; Dec. 27, 28, 29, 30 (Monday, Tues., Wed., Thurs.)
* Santa Rosa – 3227 Santa Rosa Ave 95407; Dec. 27, 28, 29, 30 (Monday, Tues., Wed., Thurs.)
Businesses with more that 5 items can call 1-88-88-Used PC for other drop-off / pick-up options.
No Copiers / TV / bathroom / kitchen electrics or appliances at the end-of-year drop-off events.
Computer Recycling Center (C.R.C.) keeps computer equipment out of the landfill. We “reuse the best and recycles the rest”(tm). Computer equipment contains hazardous materials including lead and mercury and can pollute the environment and ground water if thrown away in the trash. It is important to environmentally recycle all computer equipment and electronics (www.epa.ca.gov).
CRC partners with nonprofits providing training for students, youth, unemployed and seniors, including AARP, Boys and Girls Clubs – Building Horizons, United Way, and other Bay Area nonprofits.
More information at www.crc.org or call toll-free 1-88-88-Used PC.
News issued by: Computers and Education and Computer Recycling Center
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