DonateYourPc.in is a unique platform to bring together Indian PC and Computer Peripherals donors with NGOs / Schools and people who need computers for education and empowerment. The concept is started back in 2008 and it’s got amazing response from the donors who almost donated more than 300 Pc's to Ngo’s in India. We are also featured in NDTVGADGETS.COM, DNA Bangalore Edition, Chip Magazine and many articles. Now with the help of Ngo’s we are focusing to educate the people in remote villages of India where the most computer education is required. Today in the world of Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and internet.org, almost every human being are getting education to make bigger innovations in their life. Only computer made it possible to give us a big people like Steve Jobs, Satya Nandella, Sunder Pichai, Mark Zukerberg and many more.

A best way of throwing away your pc / laptop is to donate to a visionary child/person who can learn a lot and change his future. Your old computer might have some life in it before it is dumped. It will also help to reduce e-waste problem.

How does it work?

It’s very simple actually, if you wish to donate your old PC, simply register your donation details on the site and when a needy NGO requires your PC, you will be contacted.

Similarly requestor has to register with their request along with complete contact details and reasons for the request. we will contact you when an offering matching request comes by.

India is on a verge to transforming himself to Digital India and only you can make a difference by donating your old PC. Many remote villages in INDIA are in need of computer education, Just think if your generous donation can change someone’s future then it will be most proud day for you.

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