The remaining value of your outdated IT equipment can make a difference, now and for future generations, to preserve the environment, further education, and provide opportunities for under-served communities. With the make IT count program, YOU have the choice. You decide where your valuable contribution goes, being assured that it goes directly to organizations that are making a difference.
With the make IT count program, you have 3 options for the value of your surplus IT equipment:
- We'll send a check or issue a service credit back to you for the full valuation of your IT equipment. You can always choose to donate some or all of the proceeds through your own charitable giving program.
- Tell us which organization you wish to support with the gift of the value of your IT equipment, or nominate your own. To make your contribution go even further, 3R Technology will match an additional 10%.
HALF and HALF
- Receive half of the valuation of your equipment, and direct the donation of the other half towards a non-profit beneficiary. To make your gift go further, 3R Technology will contribute an additional 5%.
We have a vetted list of organizations we've partnered with in providing matching and direct donations. However, we're more than happy to work with the 501c3 non-profit of your choice, although at our discretion, we may choose not to work with any ostensibly sectarian political or religious organization. In this case, we're more than happy to provide reimbursement back to you, and your organization can direct the funds however you like!
BlackFem® is a radically feminist nonprofit organization that focuses on giving girls of color the confidence, skills, and resources to build and sustain wealth. Through collaborative school partnerships, an engaging, integrative educational model, and a focus on intersectional feminism, we empower underserved communities to break the intergenerational cycle of poverty. BlackFem currently serves nearly 15,000 students nationwide across 12 states.
Representing an array of vetted nonprofit organizations, EarthShare Washington is often a person's introduction to the conservation / environmental community. For people who care deeply about the environment - yet have neither the time nor resources to research programs that ignite their passions - EarthShare Washington can point them in the right direction. Today, with the recent surge in corporate sustainability planning, we’re now equally known as a business and community resource – for volunteer programs, education and outreach, and helping people find programs and activities that appeal to their passions.
Herohouse NW helps people with mental illness in King County get jobs and live independent lives. It is one of two clubhouses in Washington state, one of more than 172 clubhouses in the United States, and one of 300 clubhouses in 33 countries around the world.
Throughout India, Homes of Hope has transformed the lives of thousands of orphaned, abandoned, and trafficked girls. In Homes of Hope orphanages, they are loved, fed nutritious food, they go to school. Girls who arrived in ragged clothes and sadness in their souls are now nurses and office workers, fashion designers and computer programmers.
Seattle Lighthouse for the Blind is a successful manufacturing organization committed to making jobs accessible to individuals who are blind. Their manufacturing operations center on making quality products for the Federal Government under the AbilityOne program and producing parts for aerospace manufacturers.
Trees for the Future - Planting trees provides families with more than just food. It provides income, empowerment, unity, leadership, education and even saves lives. The Forest Garden Program is a simple, replicable and scalable approach proving families with sustainable food sources, livestock feed, products to sell, fuel wood and up to a 500% increase in their annual income.
NAACP - Founded in 1909 in response to the ongoing violence against Black people around the country, the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) is the largest and most pre-eminent civil rights organization in the nation. Our mission is to secure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights in order to eliminate race-based discrimination and ensure the health and well-being of all persons.
Thurgood Marshall College Fund - Founded in 1987, Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) provides scholarships, capacity building and programmatic support, and advocacy for students and public Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). Its mission is to ensure student success by promoting educational excellence and preparing the next generation of workforce talent through leadership development.
World Relief Seattle - World Relief Seattle envisions every local refugee and vulnerable immigrant welcomed by community, rooted in community, and empowered for community. Our work is informed by the belief that every refugee and vulnerable immigrant has an important place in our community. From the time of arrival to the first job to citizenship and beyond, the World Relief community is committed to serving and being served by this brave and resilient population.
Year Up Puget Sound - Year Up Puget Sound is a one-year, intensive training program that provides low-income young adults, ages 18-24, with a combination of hands-on skills development, coursework eligible for college credit, corporate internships, and wraparound support. Over 15,000 young adults in the Puget Sound region do not have access to livable wage careers or higher education. Year Up students across the nation are proving that these young adults are capable of adding immediate value to local companies, and we look forward to closing the Opportunity Divide in this community.