A St. Thomas charity wants to find a grateful home for your gently used computer. The STEAM Centre wants to equip 300 kids with devices as they head to high school next fall. Angela McInnes · CBC News · Posted: Nov 17, 2022 5:00 AM ET |
STEAM Centre employees Denise Love and Stan Laskewich help to get computers to people who need them but can't afford them. (Submitted by STEAM Centre)
A St. Thomas, Ont.-based educational charity wants to gather 400 used computers in order to donate them to people who need them to help bridge what organizers believe is a growing gap between those with access to the internet and those without.
The STEAM Centre, which helps people of all ages build skills in science, technology, engineering and math (STEAM) through workshops and programs, has been collecting and refurbishing desktop and laptop computers from donors since 2016.
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