In 2011, Net Literacy repurposed 5,242 computers – a new world record! Through our Computer Connects program, computers are repurposed at the schools by student volunteers. Computers are donated to schools, libraries, community centers, and other nonprofits – no individual nor organization that receives computers pays for any of Net Literacy’s services. Thanks to generous grantors and corporations together with the hard work of more than 3500 student volunteers, Net Literacy provides all of its services at no cost. Since 2003, Net Literacy has repurposed more than 20,000 computers. During the last four years alone, more than 15,000 computers have been donated.
2011 – 5,242
2010 – 2,976
2009 – 4,508
2008 – 3,057
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