Who we're trying to help
About Nitrozac and Snaggy
|What schools are looking for...
To be practical, please keep it to equipment in good working order, including desktop computers and laptops, colour monitors, keyboards, mice, printers, modems, scanners, digital cameras, CD-ROM drives and servers. To best serve the requirements of recipient schools, usually computers should be IBM-compatible computers of the Pentium-class level or better, or that Macintosh computers be of the Power PC level or better.
There are a few technical consideration to keep in mind when donating surplus computers. For example, it is important not to strip the equipment of vital operating components.
Macintosh or Intel is great. Ideally, we are hoping to inspire a good-hearted computer manufacturer to donate some new or almost new equipment in return for some great publicity and some very grateful kids.
There's always a need for monitors, keyboards, scanners, mice, printers, modems, hubs, cables, and just about any accessory in working condition.
Perhaps you have an older version of a software program you are no longer using? Graphics and multimedia programs, word processing, ...anything that you think a student might be able to learn on or create with.
Can I donate money?
Yes, of course! We'd prefer that you donate directly to the school and parent's committee that is trying to raise funds. If you wish to do so, you can email us and we'll get you that information.
If you think you have something you'd like to donate, or have any advice, ideas, or suggestions, or have any questions at all, please email us.