Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons

This message is only visible to admins:
Problem displaying Facebook posts. Backup cache in use.

Error: (#10) To use "Page Public Content Access", your use of this endpoint must be reviewed and approved by Facebook.
Solution: See here for how to solve this error.

Back in 2017, we launched a program with the JAHMA Foundation to donate laptops to resident/students living in a New Jersey Affordable Housing Management Association (JAHMA) member-affiliated property who also were scholarship recipients. With continued sponsorship support from American Architectural Window & Door, we once again offered laptops to 18 eligible students. Laptops have been distributed around the state to these students who despite the challenges they've faced growing up in affordable housing, have been successful in moving forward and gaining acceptance or continuing their education at fine schools like Rutgers, Fairleigh Dickinson, Princeton, Stockton, Penn State, Ocean County College, Rowan, University of Vermont, University of New Haven, Liberty and Berea College. We salute their their efforts and wish them greater future success. If your business has computers that you no longer use, please consider donating them to EAF at e-access.org/donate-now/. ... See MoreSee Less

Back in 2017, we launched a program with the JAHMA Foundation to donate laptops to resident/students living in a New Jersey Affordable Housing Management Association (JAHMA) member-affiliated property who also were scholarship recipients. With continued sponsorship support from American Architectural Window & Door,  we once again offered laptops to 18 eligible students. Laptops have been distributed around the state to these students who despite the challenges theyve faced growing up in affordable housing, have been successful in moving forward and gaining acceptance or continuing their education at fine schools like Rutgers, Fairleigh Dickinson, Princeton, Stockton, Penn State, Ocean County College, Rowan, University of Vermont, University of New Haven, Liberty and Berea College. We salute their their efforts and wish them greater future success. If your business has computers that you no longer use, please consider donating them to EAF at https://e-access.org/donate-now/.

Electronic Access Foundation would like to thank Phaidon International for their incredible generosity in 2020 with their two donations totaling nearly 250 working all-in-one desktop computers. These computers allow us to continue to support the organizations that EAF works with to close the digital divide in underserved communities and it will allow us to add a couple of new partners in the upcoming weeks.

Phaidon International, the parent company of five specialist recruitment brands, exists to solve one of the top challenges faced by organizations and business leaders globally – attracting and securing talent. As a global recruitment firm, Phaidon International plays a vital role in helping our clients navigate this challenge, finding the talent that will allow them to drive their business forward in constantly changing and evolving markets.

If your business has working desktop and laptop computers that you no longer use, we encourage you to consider donating that equipment to Electronic Access Foundation so we can redistribute it to organizations working with low income, veteran and disabled populations.
... See MoreSee Less

Electronic Access Foundation would like to thank Phaidon International for their incredible generosity in 2020 with their two donations totaling nearly 250 working all-in-one desktop computers. These computers allow us to continue to support the organizations that EAF works with to close the digital divide in underserved communities and it will allow us to add a couple of new partners in the upcoming weeks.

Phaidon International, the parent company of five specialist recruitment brands, exists to solve one of the top challenges faced by organizations and business leaders globally – attracting and securing talent. As a global recruitment firm, Phaidon International plays a vital role in helping our clients navigate this challenge, finding the talent that will allow them to drive their business forward in constantly changing and evolving markets.

If your business has working desktop and laptop computers that you no longer use, we encourage you to consider donating that equipment to Electronic Access Foundation so we can redistribute it to organizations working with low income, veteran and disabled populations.

The Computers for Veterans and Students Act of 2020 (or COVS for short) was recently introduced in Congress. This legislation seeks to reform the process by which federal surplus computers can be donated and would allow the devices to be donated directly to nonprofit computer refurbishers such as Kramden. Contact your representative and urge them to support this important legislation.
Read more about the bill here: www.congress.gov/bill/116th-congress/house-bill/7566/cosponsors?r=7&s=1&searchResultViewType=expa...
... See MoreSee Less

Great to see Jon on Good Morning America today helping to spread the news on organizations working to close the digital divide that affects so many in NJ and across the US. Back in 2018, we met Jon and the team at Laptop Upcycle and have partnered to support several other non-profits including 3 programs run by Rising Tide Capital in Jersey City and Newark, a Newark Kids Code program and a digital literacy S.T.E.A.M program run by Sister to Sister in Montclair. Over 100 laptops were distributed along with 15+ desktops, monitors, keyboards and mice. We look forward to continued collaborations with our National Cristina Foundation and AFTRR partner. .

This company provides laptops for students in need
Laptop Upcycle is on a mission to give students the tools they need to succeed.
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Timeline PhotosThe children who lack internet and computers now also lack access to education. If you have access to computers or laptops, let us know. We can distribute them at this crucial time.
#donatetechnology #donatetech #covid-19 #coronavirus bit.ly/3gU0iV4
... See MoreSee Less

As a 100% volunteer organization, it's great to hear and see the impact of our efforts. During the last 4 years, we've enjoyed watching the technology we've provided to Homeless Solutions Inc help young adults move on to college, parents get online training and certifications for better jobs, families transitioning faster into permanent housing and children learning and participating in a fall robotics program. Seeing the success that HSI has with refurbished technology reminds us every day to keep soliciting businesses for computers, laptops and tablets that they no longer use.

"Since 2016, Homeless Solutions Inc. (HSI) has been the beneficiary of Electronic Access Foundation’s (EAF) technological generosity. Greg Campbell of EAF has connected HSI with thousands upon thousands of dollars of in-kind gifts of desktop computers, laptops, monitors and other electronic equipment for our residents and staff. These gifts have enabled our residents to access online resources to better their lives. In this time of global pandemic, these gifts are even more valuable as our residents must cope with sheltering in place, some working from home while their children attend school remotely. EAF also put HSI in contact with The Cristina Foundation which matches our technology needs with local donors who are in their national database. HSI is extremely grateful to Greg and EAF for their continuing support in helping HSI give a hand up to the most vulnerable members of our community."

Laura Lannin, CFO
Homeless Solutions Inc.
... See MoreSee Less

As a 100% volunteer organization, its great to hear and see the impact of our efforts. During the last 4 years, weve enjoyed watching the technology weve provided to Homeless Solutions Inc help young adults move on to college, parents get online training and certifications for better jobs, families transitioning faster into permanent housing and children learning and participating in a fall robotics program. Seeing the success that HSI has with refurbished technology reminds us every day to keep soliciting businesses for computers, laptops and tablets that they no longer use.

Since 2016, Homeless Solutions Inc. (HSI) has been the beneficiary of Electronic Access Foundation’s (EAF) technological generosity.  Greg Campbell of EAF has connected HSI with thousands upon thousands of dollars of in-kind gifts of desktop computers, laptops, monitors and other electronic equipment for our residents and staff.  These gifts have enabled our residents to access online resources to better their lives.  In this time of global pandemic, these gifts are even more valuable as our residents must cope with sheltering in place, some working from home while their children attend school remotely.  EAF also put HSI in contact with The Cristina Foundation which matches our technology needs with local donors who are in their national database.  HSI is extremely grateful to Greg and EAF for their continuing support in helping HSI give a hand up to the most vulnerable members of our community. 

Laura Lannin, CFO
Homeless Solutions Inc.

Great to see the State of New Jersey joining the effort and that State Senator Teresa Ruiz played a big part in making this first step. We hope the Senator and her team will meet with us to hear about all of our efforts in the last 5+ years to close the digital divide by working with other non-profits supporting low income, veteran and disabled populations and distributing over 4000 pieces of refurbished equipment in the last 3 years that had been donated to EAF. There are already boots on the ground in many communities working towards this goal and hopefully the state will support those of us working with limited or no funding first.Today is a great step for educational equity. Closing the digital divide is part of a comprehensive solution to ensure every child has the opportunity to succeed. When you speak truth to power the possibilities to create a public agenda for everyone are endless. Thank you Governor Phil Murphy, Senate President Steve Sweeney and New Jersey Department Of Education Commissioner Lamont Repollet.
#NoMoreLearningLoss #Equity #NJ #DigitalDivide #Power #Poder #Igualdad #Education #EducationforAll
... See MoreSee Less

Great to see the State of New Jersey joining the effort and that State Senator Teresa Ruiz played a big part in making this first step. We hope the Senator and her team will meet with us to hear about all of our efforts in the last 5+ years to close the digital divide by working with other non-profits supporting low income, veteran and disabled populations and distributing over 4000 pieces of refurbished equipment in the last 3 years that had been donated to EAF. There are already boots on the ground in many communities working towards this goal and hopefully the state will support those of us working with limited or no funding first.

Timeline PhotosThe children who lack internet and computers now also lack access to education. Nationwide call-to-action for Businesses to donate used computers to help bridge this GAP
#donatetechnology #donatetech #covid-19 #coronavirus bit.ly/37Eiui2
... See MoreSee Less

Timeline PhotosCOVID-19 is a wake-up call to close the digital divide bit.ly/2AqNhms
#donatetechnology.org #digitalinclusion #homeworkgap #donatelaptops #donatecomputers #education
... See MoreSee Less

Happy 4th of July to all! ... See MoreSee Less

Happy 4th of July to all!

A big THANK YOU to Pam and American Water Military Services for their donation of Dell 22" monitors this week which were taken directly to Homeless Solutions (Morristown,NJ) to help upgrade smaller monitors being used at their Shelter, Transitional Housing Facility and their office. The need for working desktops, laptops, tablets and larger monitors is greater than ever. If you have equipment at your business that you no longer use, please consider donating that equipment to Electronic Access Foundation so that we can continue to support Homeless Solutions and other organizations like them. Thanks again American Water Military Services!! ... See MoreSee Less

A big THANK YOU to Pam and American Water Military Services for their donation of Dell 22 monitors this week which were taken directly to Homeless Solutions (Morristown,NJ) to help upgrade smaller monitors being used at their Shelter, Transitional Housing Facility and their office. The need for working desktops, laptops, tablets and larger monitors is greater than ever. If you have equipment at your business that you no longer use, please consider donating that equipment to Electronic Access Foundation so that we can continue to support Homeless Solutions and other organizations like them. Thanks again American Water Military Services!!