[plug] Free computers for people in need
jlmiller at mmtnetworks.com.au
Mon Mar 16 18:29:59 WST 2009
I thought computer angels were no more???
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Sent: Monday, 16 March 2009 6:52 PM
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Subject: Re: [plug] Free computers for people in need
You could try Computer Angels (http://www.computerangels.org.au/), or
there is a group at Mudrock Uni which does exactly that. Their name is
Jon L. Miller wrote:
> Does anyone know of any organisation that supplies used computers to
> people who are in need?
> There is a student who has some disabilities that really could use a used
> computer. He cannot afford one and since he has started at Tafe I'm being
> told he will not make it through his studies without one. Since he has a
> disability it is difficult for him to make to the library. Also I'm told
> that the students at Curtin OT are trying to help him and are willing to
> teach him if they had a computer.
> Also does anyone know of an organisation that pickup old used computers?
> Jon L. Miller MCNE CNE CCNA
> East Perth, WA 6004
> WA, Australia
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> Committee e-mail: committee at plug.linux.org.au
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