Bevil Williams, Computers 4 Africa

Computers 4 Africa Computers 4 Africa
4 Priory Park
Mills Road
Aylesford
ME20 7PP
What happens to old working IT equipment when you get new kit? we are a free and green alternative to recycling. Its data wiped to MOD standard,

Business Description

Computers 4 Africa is a Charitable Social Enterprise based in Maidstone, Kent. We accept donations of working redundant IT hardware, anything from PC's and laptops to network switches and routers.

For donations of 10 units or more we will collect from any UK mainland address free of charge. Once returned to our Kent base, all machines are data wiped and refurbished before being shiped to schools, colleges and community projects across Africa.

For UK businesses we offer a cost effective, ethical solution to the problem of IT disposal which can be used to help your business meet it's Corporate Citizenship (CSR) targets.

For children in Africa we offer an opportunity to learn IT skills which can broaden future career prospects and increase earning potential subsequently helping to lift entire families out of poverty.

 

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My Recommendations

C4A has been adopted by J & J as a responsible and ethical method of repurposing older, redundant client equipment which requires disposal. Our clients are assured that due to C4A having a carbon neutral policy we are also benefiting from their credentials, with non functioning equipment even being stripped and recycled. This charity has provided many children in Africa a marvellous opportunity to expand their learning from zero education and even forge a career in teaching and other areas - Sharon's moving presentations give wonderful insights to the great benefits the UK's old equipment provides.

from Les Moroney

Working with Sharon at Computers for Africa has been a real pleasure. The organisation of the business is professional, impressive and heart warming in the same moment.

The knowledge that our clients' computing equipment is taken, and re-purposed to such good effect is perfect.

from Jacqueline Offen