Donate

At Community TechAid we rely on donations to continue our work. If you have a laptop or an old computer stored away, we want it!

If you are a business with devices to donate please click here.

Alternatively, why not donate to our fundraiser. Even just £5 can go towards vital parts that enable us to deliver more donations.

I am part of the Youth team at SLRA, and I work with so many young people who don't have the ability to access to youth clubs, or to contact their solicitors for asylum matters, for example. Without devices, people are being shut off from getting urgent support. So I would urge people to donate their old devices on that basis, it really changes peoples lives.
 

Not sure if we can take your devices?

Check out our FAQs for more information, or alternatively email us lambethtechaid@gmail.com

A laptop can help a student access their remote lessons 

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Just £5 can go towards spare parts to refurbish a donation

A smart phone can allow someone to stay in touch and is vital for finding a job

Business Donations

 

If you are a business with multiple donations we would love to hear from you. 

All our donations are wiped to a standard set out by the National Cyber Security Centre; you can read more about how we securely remove data here

If your organisation requires proof of data removal we can use software from Blancco to provide verified and certified erasure, resulting in a signed, tamper-proof Certificate of Erasure to prove compliance with local, national and global data protection regulations.

 

 Please note that, if you require this solution, we would appreciate contributions toward the costs. If you might be able to help with multiple device donations please contact us lambethtechaid@gmail.com  or call us on 020 3488 7742

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Contact

Community TechAid

Talma Road

Brixton

SW2 1AS

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