Device donations

Urgent donations needed!

Laptops - PC & Mac parts, cables

Desktops and monitors - PC & Mac parts

Computer Mice - Wireless Mouse, Gaming Mouse, etc

Adapters - Any Laptop or Computer Adapter

Interested in donating your devices or becoming a TechCollect Partner?
Please contact us at 

You can make a difference

When you donate your used, broken and unwanted devices (computers, laptops and other equipment), they are safely recycled or refurbished, and circulated back to the community to support individuals and families urgently looking for access to technology. 

Planning to recycle your business laptops?
Contact us to help reduce the digital divide across Canada.

Tech Collect Drives

In partnership with other organizations, school boards and communities, we organize LGT TechCollect Drive events where general public can drop off their used equipment. The donated devices are assessed by the Tech4All youth and refurbished and circulated back to the community or safely recycled. 

During the first #LGTTechCollect Drive, over 3170 lbs or 1438 kg of donations were collected. It allowed us to repurpose 31 laptops, 17 tablets, 17 cellphones and 10 PC's. ​

Over the past few years, we had a chance to partner with Raptors 905, Brampton Public Library, Communitech Data Hub in Waterloo, as well Toronto, Peel and Kitchener/Waterloo school boards. 

What's accepted:

Set up your TechCollect Hub

Want to set up your own TechCollect Hub? 

Contact us!

Donation Drop-Off

We are seeking partners who can serve as a tech drop off location for us.

We can provide a special cage to help collect and store the donated equipment.

To help us close the digital divide, we need to kickstart the flow of donations by encouraging residents, organizations and businesses to collect their used, unwanted, broken technology and donate them to us. By doing this, they will help both their community and our environment. We’re incredibly fortunate to have amazing partners help us by offering to host technology drives at this time. Safety remains a priority. All Covid-19 safety protocols will be in place.