Our partnership with Dell Reconnect is a comprehensive computer recovery, reuse and environmentally responsible program that combines Goodwill’s donation and retail infrastructure with the recycling experience and resources of Dell.
Goodwill collects donated computers and transfers selected equipment to a Dell product recovery partner with proceeds coming back to Goodwill. Proceeds support Goodwill’s job-training and education programs to help people improve their quality of life through work and related services.
Where can I drop off my old computer?
Public donations of personal computers and accessories are accepted at all Goodwill stores. A note about TV donations: Goodwill is no longer able to accept TV donations.
Computer donations are picked up anywhere in the agency’s service area of southwestern Pennsylvania and north central West Virginia. To schedule a pick-up, please ensure you have a minimum of 20 units for donation. A $200 pick-up fee will apply. The equipment is refurbished to be sold to the public at Goodwill’s retail stores.
Important information about hard drives
Neither Goodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania nor Dell is responsible or liable for personal data or hard drives. Computers that will be sold in our stores have the hard drives wiped to the Department of Defense DOD 5220.22-M standard, but ultimately Goodwill cannot take responsibility for confidential information.