Wings for West Africa helps schools, churches and community groups to organize and conduct computer collection drives. Unusable equipment is turned over to RecycleForce, Inc., a non-profit which trains ex-offenders to break down and recycle the component parts.
Would you like your organization to host a drive?
Wings could help you promote our mission by:
• Providing flyers, Power Point presentations, signs and other materials
• Attending meetings or make presentations
• Publicizing the drive in the media
• Helping with the logistics of collecting and sorting equipment before and during the drive
• Providing tax donation forms to donors
• Arranging for prompt removal of all equipment at the end of the drive
For more information please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or (507) 581-1491
Organizations that have conducted computer drives for Wings:
Zionsville High School
November 20, 2010
Students of French teacher Mary Hightshue organized
and helped run this fall drive at Zionsville High School.
Whole Foods Market
Wings participated in Whole Foods first
recycling fair at their Nora location.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
September 18, 2010
Mike and Donna Zierdt participated collected computers
at the Episcopal Going Green Fair at their home church.
Our Lady of Providence Jr-Sr School
May 22, 2010
Students and teachers pitched in to make this
Southern Indiana drive a big success.
Second Presbyterian Church
May 15, 2010
The Green Ministry Team lead by Scott Burns
held a very successful spring computer drive.
Maria Goretti Catholic Church
March 20-21, 2010
Andrew Bentivoglio teamed up with
Wings for West Africa to organize a computer drive
as part of his Eagle Scout project.
Westfield Middle School
February 27, 2010
Westfield Middle School students learned how
to cannibalize older computers for usable parts.
Noblesville High School
A computer drive was held at Noblesville High School
under the direction of Ted Ringle,
Noblesville HS Recycling Club sponsor.