Timeline PhotosAs classes move online, what happens to students without Internet or computers? If you have access to computers or laptops, let us know. #donatetechnology #donatetech #covid-19 #coronavirus bit.ly/2KUcQ0K... See MoreSee Less
Electronic Access Foundation continues to make every effort possible during this time to support organizations throughout New Jersey, New York, Eastern PA, Delaware and Dallas, Texas. If your company or school has computers that you no longer use, please consider donating them to us for redistribution into the community. Donate at www.e-access.org. ... See MoreSee Less
Cities across the country are trying to get more of their citizens access to the Internet during the COVID-19 crisis, with essential services such as medicine and education moving online as residents ...
Timeline PhotosComputers and tablets help quarantined patients receive care and connect with loved ones, but lack of computing devices impacts both patients and providers. You can help at bit.ly/3fbKdtX #donatetechnology #telehealth #covid-19 #coronavirus #donatetechnology #telehealth #covid-19 #coronavirus ... See MoreSee Less
The demand for refurbished computer equipment by organizations working with low income, veteran and disabled populations was huge before this all started. That demand has skyrocketed in the last 8 weeks and won't be going down anytime soon.
If you're an organization that has received equipment from us in the past, we encourage you to share our message so that Electronic Access Foundation can continue to support you and others like you. If you donated to us in the past, THANK YOU and when your business reopens, we hope you'll donate again so that we can refurbish, re-image with Windows 10 OS and redistribute the computers you have upgraded from and no longer use. If you haven't donated but have thought about, we encourage you to consider it now. If you're just a friend or LIKE us, please tell more of your business contacts about EAF, the 100% volunteer organization! Donate today at www.e-access.org.The rapid shift to online or technology-enabled learning means that workers with no or few digital skills struggle to get training they need to reconnect to work bit.ly/2YxuPlr #donatetechnology.org #digitalinclusion #digitaldivide #workforce #unemployed ... See MoreSee Less
Happy Mother's Day to all the mother's and special women who take care of us throughout the year. This seemed like a great graphic to share EAF's message as well...one person's weed is another person's flower just like one person's laptop which is no longer being used is another person's lifeline to online studying, online health and so many other resources.
Consider donating the computers and tablets you no longer use to Electronic Access Foundation. ... See MoreSee Less
Timeline PhotosThe digital divide is here to stay for the long haul. Everyone needs a computer for job search, schooling, linking with loved ones, etc. Not everyone has one. You can help at www.donatetechnology.org. on.mktw.net/3ei6BRP #donatetechnology #donatetech #covid-19 #coronavirus ... See MoreSee Less
The need for donating the desktop and laptop computers, tablets and more that you no longer use is greater than ever. We understand that current best practices to avoid contact or working from home may make it impossible to donate at this time but we encourage you to include donating that equipment to Electronic Access Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit (www.e-access.org) when we're all able to return to a normal work environment. If you have any specific questions, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. ... See MoreSee Less
Laptop Upcycle congratulates fellow Montclair nonprofit Sister to Sister on the inauguration of their new lab at 11 Pine Street. Sisiter to Sister is one of the groups supported by Succeed2gether at.....