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Re: [seul-edu] Free/Low Cost Computers

How about The Alameda County Computer Resource Center,  a 501(c)(3) non-profit 

One of the things they do is recycle old computers, install linux on them and 
give them away to worthy non-profit organizations, schools or 
underprivilidged individuals.

They also try to train under/unemployed people in the process.



Their form for applying for a computer:


On January 20, 2004 12:18 pm, Pamala Davis wrote:
> [This isn't really on-topic for this list, but I thought someone here
> might be able to help this lady with her request.  Please contact her
> directly if you can.  Thanks folks!  Doug]
> Hello ther I live in Southeast Houston, Texas and I notice your web sit
> while searching for help to getting a computer for my sons they are in
> the 4th and 5th grade and they are in need of a computer to help them
> with there learning, but unfortunately I an under employed and my income
> is very loww I am seekin a new job.  but in the mean while my kids are
> not learning as must as they could without the help of technology.
> My question is do you know of a place that will assist me in my quest to
> help my children with a computer so they can grow in their education?
> Pamala Davis

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