We understand that families without a personal computer – or the skills to use one – often have limited job marketability or unstable employment, which results in lower family incomes, and lower literacy rates.
We help people realize their potential by helping them obtain regular personal computer access and the skills needed to become capable users and makers.
This work is called “Digital Inclusion” and is critical for people to participate in 21st-century society, education, and employment. Initial and ongoing cost, fear, lack of support and training are obstacles to Digital inclusion. Since 2002, we’ve helped thousands of individuals and families overcome these obstacles by providing low and no-cost refurbished corporate surplus computers with extensive user support.
Without organizations that give technology, fund projects, and volunteer their time and resources, our programs wouldn’t be possible. Corporate technology donors, grants, volunteers and support from the community have been the key to our overwhelming success throughout New England.
To Achieve Comprehensive Computer Literacy (Digital Inclusion)
give IT get IT is a 501(c)3 Nonprofit Organization founded in 2002 on a mission to help nonprofits, families, and individuals overcome what hinders their access to technology. We believe the largest obstacles creating the technology gap are:
Helping people achieve their goals with technology since 2002
Surplus Corporate IT received
e-waste diverted to reuse
Computers with training and support distributed.
In value to the community.