Congratulations to the newest members of AFTRR

The team at Electronic Access Foundation is proud to be part of such a vibrant organization of companies who believe in giving back to the community. Together we are continuing to grow the membership of AFTRR by helping each other spread the word of the AFTRR. We are happy to report that we have added thirteen new companies that share the common beliefs of the AFTRR who’s mission is:

Support the non-profit refurbishing and reuse community to provide low-cost or free technology to those in need. AFTRR builds a community among non-profit technology refurbishers through collaboration, advocacy, and promotion of best practices

Along the way we will be collecting and sharing stories from our own team, as well as other members, as to how they are giving back and helping the community.
There is much more to come, but for now please see the list below of our fellow nonprofit refurbishers and welcome them to the AFTRR family:

  • Heroes Deserve Help – Nate Miller
  • Human I-T – James Jack
  • Community Computer Connection – Shawna Soffa
  • New Castle Prevention Coalition – William Mayer
  • Connecting for Good – Tom Esselman
  • World Computer Exchange – Timothy Anderson
  • IT Computer Wiz kids – Gerard Cooper
  • Metro Warriors STEM – Randy McCain
  • Information Technology Exchange – Jodi Martin
  • The Surplus Exchange – Bob Akers
  • The Cleveland Christian Foundation
  • Free Geek – Colleen Dixon
  • Touch the Future – Sandy Handebrink

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