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Nonprofit Overview

Target demographics: individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities

Direct beneficiaries per year: over 90 individuals obtain new job skills

Geographic areas served: Columbus, Ohio

Programs: individual workforce development training with partner organizations, including Embracing Autism and Food for Good Thought. CCA’s job skills training program is directly fueled by our licensed and bonded electronic recycling services, providing the highest asset management standards to our generous corporate and individual donors. We regularly donate refurbished electronics to nonprofit organizations in our communities to, in turn, help fulfill their missions. We empower individuals, improve our communities, and aid in conserving our world – one computer at a time.

Community Stories

9 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Board Member

Rating: 5

Serving as a board member for Community Computer Alliance (CCA) has been an invaluable experience. CCA's mission is truly a 'trifecta' - addressing individual needs through its workforce development program, benefiting other nonprofit organizations through its charitable donation of electronics, and helping to ensure environmental sustainability through it's e-waste recycling. Seeing each of these components in action has been extremely rewarding for me, as well as all who are affected by the organization. Keep up the good work, CCA!

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I had a lot of fun volunteering and I think this was a valuable experience. thank you cca

Ryan F.

Board Member

Rating: 5

Being a Part of CCA for the Past 2 year's has been one of the best experiences of my life. The organization is full of great people willing to do whatever it takes to make sure that our organization delivers on our promise to our clients while helping the disabled and keeping the environment clean along the way!

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Volunteering at Community Computer Alliance has been a great experience. The participants seem to love the work they are doing, and really enjoy interacting with the staff and Dan, the director. It has been really cool to see the participants with autism come in and learn new skills and have fun working in a team environment. I would definitely recommend volunteering at this organization!

Volunteer

Rating: 5

CCA is doing great work in our community! Volunteering with this organization has always brought great experiences, such as seeing the happiness in the faces of Columbus families whose lives were improved when CCA donated around 70 computer systems to impoverished families in need. Keep up the good work CCA!

Volunteer

Rating: 5

This organization is run by a wonderful man. He's very accepting and kind hearted. He is very generous and has put in a lot of time and money to this organization. The work he does at this non profit is very helpful to the group and the help and experience he gives to his interns is important, as well.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Since volunteering with CCA, I have seen many great things, such as individuals with Autism getting jobs through learning job skills; impoverished families able to attend college through receiving a donated computer from CCA; learning a lot about what is to really give back to the community; i.e.

I'm very glad for my opportunity at CCA and know that they are working hard to help the community.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Community Computer Alliance was very thankful I was volunteering. They used my time to the fullest and I am glad I got to help out.

Volunteer

Rating: 1

What a Joke!!! I worked with the owner of this non-profit for over a year.
He makes people think their donated items are going back to the community,
when in reality you're donations are being sold on E-bay or simply sold to a scrap yard.
When I met the owner, He drove a jeep cheeroke. He now owns multiple mercedes benz,
He does donate a computer or two occasionally, however they are extremely low quality,
and often non- functional. He is also exploiting the use of mentally handicapped for what he
calls a " Job readiness program" which is nothing more than people standing around so that he might
in the future receive grant money. It is simply nauseating what this man is doing and in the name of charity!!