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Low-income families in Cuyahoga County can now go online to apply for a free computer and hot spot, from the PCs for People organization.
In the coming weeks, PCs for People will distribute an estimated 10,000 computers and also 5,000 hot spots that come with a two-year wifi subscription to families with K-12 students.
The free computers are previously owned and have been donated from a variety of sources, including thousands pledged by corporate partners Eaton Corp., GE Lighting a Savant Company, and Squire Patton Boggs. PCs for People received $3 million in grant funding from The Cleveland Foundation and Cuyahoga County to collect, refurbish and distribute the donated devices.
To sign up online, go to pcsforpeople.org/ohio (preferred), or call 216-930-5741.
Families must include proof of eligibility and enrollment in a k-12 school when they apply. They can choose to contribute to the cost of the technology, which will fund additional digital inclusion efforts across the county or receive financial aid to cover the full cost.
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Got a laptop or desktop to donate? Please support WKYC studios’ Computers for Kids drive by dropping computers and accessories off at participating Cuyahoga County Public Library branches by Aug. Collection bins have been placed at the following library locations: Bay Village, Berea, North Olmsted, North Royalton, Parma-Powers Blvd., Parma-Snow, Beachwood, Mayfield, Solon and South Euclid. The computer collection drive is sponsored by CrossCountry Mortgage.
Corporations donating computers can receive free pick up and certified data wiping services from PCs for People by calling 216-600-0014 or email [email protected]