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Delaware Center For Educational Technology

Partners in Technology

Business Donations

Donor partnerships are vital to the success of our program and the computer recycling efforts in Delaware. We request your support, on behalf of the Department of Education, in our efforts to help equip our schools with the computer systems and peripherals needed to fully integrate technology in the classroom. Although no formal partnership agreement exists with most of our donors, we recognize those businesses who demonstrate a commitment to servicing the technological needs of Delaware's schools as partners.

Please contact Tom Black, (302) 857-3305 for more information or to donate systems.

Minimum System Requirements for Donation

The following table outlines our minimum system requirements for computer donations. These requirements are based on the specifications identified by technology coordinators from the state's school districts for a multimedia system capable of operating effectively in a network environment.

Dual Core Processor or faster


17 Inch Flat Panel Monitor

Windows 7 or 8 Professional

DVD Drive

Keyboard and Mouse

Network Capable

80 - 160 GB Hard Drive

Audio Capable




We Also Accept

  • Scanners
  • Fax Machines
  • Printers
  • Software
  • Office Furniture

How You Benefit

  • Donated computers less than three years old may qualify for tax benefits. Please consult the Tax Code or your accountant for specific information.
  • No removal/disposal costs.
  • Systems are normally removed within two weeks of notification.
  • All hard drives are wiped as part of the refurbishment process.

Last Updated: Thursday, 13-Nov-2014 10:48:55 EST
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