The Tech Hub CIC will enable the altruistic team to apply for funding to help them donate refurbished devices to schools, charities, and non-profit organizations.

The new venture builds upon Green Machine Computers' successful Tech Amnesty campaign, which aimed to get refurbished technology into the homes of school children who were struggling to keep up with their studies during the Coronavirus lockdowns. In the last financial year, Green Machine Computers were able to donate over 600 electronic devices to people in need, including Afghan and Ukrainian refugees, domestic abuse survivors, families in poverty, and more.

With The Tech Hub CIC, Green Machine Computers will perform IT collections from businesses, securely destroying any data in the process. Once the devices have been wiped and tested, they will be rebuilt and donated to schools, charities, and non-profit organizations. The funding available to The Tech Hub will pay for the time and resources needed to refurbish the devices.

Speaking about the launch, Green Machine Computers' Managing Director, Simon Crisp, said:

"We're excited to launch The Tech Hub CIC and expand our charitable reach. With the funding available to us, we'll be able to help even more people in need and make a real difference in our community."

If you have any unwanted IT equipment and want to put it towards a good cause, you can drop off donations Mon-Fri 9-5 to Green Machine's offices in Ramsbury or to one of their secure donation points (please see website). By donating your unwanted devices, you can help make a difference in the lives of those in need while also helping to reduce pollution and protect the environment.

If you need any further information, use the telephone number or email below:

01672 520 133

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