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Woodys Library Computers

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Education, Libraries

Mission: We provide low budget public libraries with FREE computers. No administrative fees, no shipping or handling charges, and no strings attached. Donate Now and help us give computers nationwide. We believe everyone should have free access to a current computer. We want to help people become more marketable to prospective employers by encouraging more learning opportunities. Free access to current technology should be expected when visiting any public library.

Target demographics: Everyone

Direct beneficiaries per year: a unknown number of people.

Geographic areas served: USA

Programs: Free computers to public libraries.

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Robert203

Advisor

Rating: 5

We at the Tracy Public Library are not only the home of Woody’s Library Computers, but have received several computers from Woody prior to this charity’s formation. Woody gave us four computers for our patrons general daily use, as well a 12 seat Computer Learning Center which with the assistance of Southwest Minnesota Adult Basic Education offers free computers classes to everyone. One of the computers is a server that hosts our library’s website, as well as this website. Additionally, we have received computer monitors, cables, various parts, mice, keyboards, and a receipt printer.

Previous Stories

Client Served

Rating: 5

We at the Tracy Public Library are not only the home of Woody’s Library Computers, but have received several computers from Woody prior to this charity’s formation. Woody gave us four computers for our patrons general daily use, as well a 12 seat Computer Learning Center which with the assistance of Southwest Minnesota Adult Basic Education offers free computers classes to everyone. One of the computers is a server that hosts our library’s website, as well as this website. Additionally, we have received computer monitors, cables, various parts, mice, keyboards, and a receipt printer. – Rob Knipe