Gadgets for Good: A donation drive to provide computers, monitors, printers to those who need them

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The generosity of St. Pete residents never fails to amaze us. A new donation drive looks to make essential pieces of technology available to those who need them most. The organizers behind the “Gadgets for Good” initiative are collecting gadgets to support members of the St. Pete community who do not have access to technology.

Gadgets for Good takes place on Saturday, August 15 from 10am-2pm at the Foundation for a Healthy St. Pete (2333 34th Street South).

This will be curbside/no contact drop-off. Accepted electronics include Computers, Keyboards, Mice, Circuit Boards, Monitors (no CRT), Printers, Scanners, Copiers, Fax Machines, VHS Players, CD Players, Stereos, Telephones & Cell Phones, Component Parts, Tablets, Laptops, Servers, UPS Units & Batteries, Switches & Routers, Mixed Wires, Peripherals, Audio/Video Equipment, anything electronic, except NO Televisions.

This event is hosted and made possible by by Digital Inclusion St. Pete and eSmart Recycling, and put together by the St. Pete Innovation District.

Do you have extra electronics around the house, or want to donate to this cause? Please consider helping your local community! Visit the Facebook Event Page for updates.

Written by Andrew Harlan

Andrew Harlan

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