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1.  Laptops for Nonprofits

Posted Feb 08, 2017 11:14
Anybody looking for  laptops/computers for their non profit should check these links out. You must be a nonprofit to qualify.


Nick Bonvouloir


2.  RE: Laptops for Nonprofits

Posted Feb 08, 2017 12:20
I wonder if they give special discounts to nonprofits?

Ariel Jensen-Vargas
Masters of Public Administration candidate, specializing in Nonprofit Administration
Marxe School of Public and International Affairs (until recently the Baruch School of Public Affairs)
Queens, NY

3.  RE: Laptops for Nonprofits

Posted Feb 08, 2017 12:28
If you are a certified nonprofit then you are eligible for special prices and can order from connectall.org. Also, any individuals who qualify as "low income", also have access to these computes. Laptops start at $99 with Microsoft Office and Windows 10 pre installed and come with a one year warranty. 

4.  RE: Laptops for Nonprofits

Posted Feb 08, 2017 12:36

What documentation does an individual need to submit to qualify as low income?

Keith Berner
Director, Information Technology
Freedom House
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Skype: berner.freedomhouse

1850 M Street NW, Fl 11
Washington, DC 20036 USA

5.  RE: Laptops for Nonprofits

Posted Feb 09, 2017 12:55
Thanks for sharing this great resource! There is a lot of interest in this topic among our Digital Inclusion Fellows and in our digital inclusion online community.

The shipping from this refurbisher looks pretty reasonable, which is great. There are many places where there are not local refurbishers, non profit or otherwise.

Low cost refurbished computers are a great option for many individuals, however it's worth saying that for many a $99 dollar computer is still out of reach.

Here is a great resource for locating a refurbisher in your area: The Alliance for Technology Reuse & Recycling (AFTRR) locator map.

Drew Pizzolato
Digital Inclusion Campaign Manager
Nonprofit Technology Network
Portland, OR