TechCollect event in Brampton – Collecting used & unwanted laptops and desktops to refurbish and distribute to Peel Region residents in need

TechCollect event in Brampton – Collecting used & unwanted laptops and desktops to refurbish and distribute to Peel Region residents in need

Let’s Get Together, in partnership with Brampton Library and the support of the LGTTech4all Youth Group, Peel Weekly News and Taking It Global, is excited to host their first two TechCollect (Drive up-Drop off) events this fall.

Gore Meadows Library Branch*
(10150 The Gore Rd, Brampton)
Saturday, Sept 25, 10 am to 2 pm

Cyril Clark Library Branch*
(20 Loafers Lake Ln, Brampton)
Saturday, Oct 2, 10 am to 2 pm

*COVID-19 social distancing and safety protocols will be followed

PRESS RELEASE: Collecting used & unwanted laptops and desktops to refurbish and distribute to Peel Region residents in need

What will be accepted:

  • Laptops – PC & Mac, parts, cables
  • Desktops and monitors – PC & Mac, parts
  • Consumer Electronics – gaming consoles, iPods, mp3 players, stereo equipment
  • Handheld devices – smartphones, cell phones, tablets, digital cameras
  • Printers – Inkjet & Laserjet, plotters, copiers, scanners, fax machines
  • Peripherals – keyboards, mice, USB sticks, external storage devices, CD/DVD ROMs, cards, laptop bags, webcams, accessories
  • Home and business phones
  • Household items – indoor & outdoor appliances, TV’s (items must be 35 lbs or less)

There will also be a metal e-waste bin to collect unwanted technology and indoor/outdoor household metal items that weigh 35lbs or less. Data erase service will be provided for donated computers and a table will be set up to accept computer applications. Certificates available upon request.

Printable flyer: Brampton Library TechCollect Flyer – Sept 25, Oct 2

Closing the digital gap with Rogers Connected for Success

Closing the digital gap with Rogers Connected for Success

We have partnered with Rogers Connected for Success™ program to help families across Ontario sign up for the company’s low-cost high-speed internet that is available to Ontarians receiving income support through Ontario Works, Ontario Disability Support Program, the maximum child care benefit, residents in rent-geared-income housing, and seniors receiving the guaranteed income supplement.

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