Welcome to Tulsa PC Power!
Due to our all-volunteer situation we don't have the ability to accept individual donations except for during community drop-offs. Business donors are exempt from this.
If you just want to dispose of your old computer I would recommend Natural Evolution. They are an environmentally responsible electronics recycling company located at 5701 E. 13th St. There will be a $5 charge for any CRT monitors (the non-flat panel type).
Thank you for your interest and support for our mission and the environment.
PC Power was founded by Tulsa Police Officer Glenn DeWeese, who began building computers for needy children as a Christmas project in 2003. The original Computers for Kids project evolved into a year-round operation that provides computers to families in new Habitat for Humanity homes, disabled adults involved in vocational or educational programs, and to the children of several Tulsa-area schools. PC Power also gives computers to individual children whose parents cannot afford to purchase them.
PC Power has become recognized in the Tulsa area and beyond for our commitment to computer recycling, education, and working with the entire community to help our children. PC Power's all-volunteer team includes current and former police officers, computer technicians, software engineers, business leaders, educators, and others who believe that giving computers a second life will also give children a chance to succeed in school and in life.