A Local Link Makes An International Difference


The people at Voluntary Action Maidstone have kindly donated to Computers 4 Africa. The computers and associated items were gratefully received and are now being processed in our secure warehouse. 

Our team extended our free collection service and were greeted by Natalie Smith, CVS Manager at VAM. “My computer at work was recently upgraded and the old one had been sitting on a shelf for a couple of months. I’d heard good things about Computers for Africa, and I knew they were locally based. I checked out their website, and was reassured to read about their data destruction facility - they issue data destruction certificates too (this was a concern for our IT manager). In the end, she cleared out her stockpile of discarded equipment too – screens, keyboards, leads, mice, hard drives and laptops. There was a sizeable pile when Computers for Africa came to collect it. It’s fantastic knowing that stuff that had been sitting unused in our offices will be given a new lease of life in Africa, and it’s good to support a local voluntary organisation.”

“Working in our local community can have such an impact on a wider scale. Getting rid of e-waste by donating to Computers 4 Africa is not only green and ethical but also one of the ways we can look after our town. Computers 4 Africa are grateful to Voluntary Action Maidstone and look forward to working with them in the future. After all we are always looking for volunteers as well as computers!” Sharon Roberts, Head of Marketing, Computers 4 Africa.

Computers 4 Africa securely data wipe all memory devices and refurbish all items prior to shipping to schools and community projects across Africa.

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