Computers - Dell Reconnect
Goodwill Keystone Area donation centers accept computers and related accessories. Residential donors can drop off any brand of used computer equipment including monitors, desktops, laptops, printers, scanners, keyboards, mice and speakers in any condition at a Goodwill donation center. It's free and donors can receive a receipt for tax purposes. For a Goodwill Keystone Area donation center near you, go to http://www.yourgoodwill.org/shop/stores-donation-centers/
Goodwills from across the country, including Goodwill Keystone Area, teamed up with Dell in a recycling program called Dell Reconnect to recycle computers. In the Goodwill Keystone Area territory, computers are collected at donation centers and then, securely packaged and prepared for Dell's designated recyclers to pick up and demanufacture.
Some items may require extra preparation before you bring them in so remember to remove your personal data from hard drives or other storage media before donating to Goodwill. For more information about this program, go to www.dell.com/reconnect.
Please note that Goodwill Keystone Area does not accept TVs.
The mission of Goodwill Keystone Area, a nonprofit, is to support persons with disabilities and other barriers to independence in achieving their fullest potential as workers and as members of the broader community. To fund the mission, Goodwill collects and sells donated items in stores in 22 counties in central and southeastern Pennsylvania. Goodwill offers job training programs. Goodwill’s philosophy is that work is a building block of community and that when people are given an opportunity to work, their self-esteem increases and other problems are minimized. Last year, more than 4,300 people received life-changing services from Goodwill Keystone Area.