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[Discuss] Local nonprofit that accepts hardware donations

Could also have been the Free Computer Labs announcement from last
spring he's thinking of. Julian, you still reading the list?

Stephen Ronan <sronan at> writes:

> That was probably the South End Technology Center @ Tent City, 
> operated by Mr. Mel King, 359 Columbus Ave, Boston MA 02116. 617 
> 578-0597. At least for now, they've scaled back a lot on 
> their hardware refurbishing program. A key organizer is out of 
> the country for a while.
> This program at Castle Square Apartments, also in the South End, 
> would be another possibility:
> I've volunteered with those organizations and others connected 
> with low-income housing developments in Boston and can generally 
> find a good home for a working computer, but not much else in the 
> way of hardware.
>    - Stephen Ronan
> On Fri, 1 Apr 2016, Joseph Guarino wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>> I recall there was a local non-profit that accepted hardware 
>> donations and did free FOSS training.  I tried to look it up to 
>> no avail.  Anyone know of a local non-profit that does such 
>> things?  I've a bunch o' hardware I'd like to donate.  Enjoy 
>> the weekend!
>> Thanks,
>> Joseph
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