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When you donate to Goodwill you help people achieve independence and dignity through work.

Computer Recycling

The Goodwill computer recycling program offers a free, convenient and responsible way to recycle used computers and computer equipment, help the environment and create jobs in your community. Goodwill is able to provide this service through a partnership with Dell Reconnect that aims to provide residential consumers with a safe place to recycle used computers and computer equipment. Dell has industry-leading experience in offering responsible consumer recycling programs that meet the highest standards of workplace and environmental safety. 

Working together, Goodwill and Dell are making free computer recycling available to more consumers and helping to raise consumer awareness about the importance of responsibly recycling used computers and computer equipment. In addition to being free and a way to help protect the environment, you will receive a receipt for tax purposes.  

Where can you drop off your old computer and computer equipment?

Public donations of personal computers and computer equipment are accepted at all Goodwill Stores and Attended Donation Centers. Click on the following links to find a Goodwill location near you:

Attended Donation Centers

Stores

What can I recycle?

  • Monitors
  • Scanners
  • Mice
  • Printers
  • Keyboards
  • Laptop Batteries
  • Ink/Toner Cartridges
  • Computers**
  • Hard Drives**
  • Speakers
  • Cords & Cables

**Residents are advised to remove all personal data from their hard drives before donating a computer or hard drives. Residents are further advised to wipe their drive before Donation - a number of programs are available online. Neither Goodwill nor Dell are liable for data removal or protection.

 

Reconnect

Good for the Environment
Good for you

 

Dell

Did you know?

Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries was founded in 1895 in Boston’s South End to provide residents with jobs and to furnish the community with low-cost goods. It was the first in what is now a worldwide network of 165 independent affiliates.

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He is meeting his goals

Keith Mennino came to Goodwill with the goal of becoming self-sufficient.

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