Simply Computing

Keeping Communities Connected

Keeping Communities Connected

Help Those Most Impacted by COVID-19

Do you have technology lying around, collecting dust?

Did you know that by donating this outdated equipment, you can help some of the people who are most in need and impacted by COVID-19?

Simply Computing has started a Keeping Communities Connected program which takes old computers, iPads and iPhones donated by our customers, sterilizes their cases and professionally wipes all their data. Then we find a new home for your old product by donating it to one of the many recovery and safe houses throughout British Columbia.

Last week, Simply Computing donated a MacBook Air and an iPad to Harbour Light Detox. The computer is for Zoom meetings and family calls for clients, and the iPad is for calls to medical professionals. Simply Computing is, however, only a small company, heavily impacted by the COVID-19 economy. We need the support of our customers to make a real difference.

Patients and residents living in supportive recovery facilities cannot have visitors. They cannot see their children, parents, or friends. They cannot go out to meetings and fellowship events. They are isolated inside, unable to connect with the outside world. In some cases, they can’t talk face-to-face with doctors and nurses.

Addiction touches the lives of so many. Almost everyone has a loved one who is affected, or even struggles themselves. Let’s help some of the most vulnerable in our community stay connected, stay clean, and stay alive.

We need your help! Click or tap the button below or visit your local Simply Computing to donate your devices to this important and worthy cause.