Technology Access Program provides computers to those in need
Spring City, TN — Technology Access Program (TAP) is a Volunteer organization that accepts donations of old computers, monitors, keyboards and printers, etc.; refurbishes them and provided them to children in East Tennessee who have no computers in their home.
The Kiwanis Club of Spring City is acting as a Referral Agency:
We transport donated items to TAP, and distribute computer systems to children who match the needs assessment and do not have a computer in their home.
TAP receives donated computers from the public. The equipment is cleaned, refurbished and tested by TAP volunteers.
The systems consist of a monitor, CPU, keyboard, mouse, speakers, dial-up modem, broadband connection port, a current Operating System, an open source word processing suite, a Read/Write CD drive, and a printer – even a ream of paper!
Donations of old computers, monitors, keyboards, or printers are being accepted. They can be dropped off at the Audrey Pack Memorial Library in Spring City, or the United Way office in Dayton.
If you are in a home without a computer and have children ages 5 to 18, your family may be eligible for a refurbished computer system. Please obtain and fill out a “Komputers for Kids” application – also available at the Audrey Pack Memorial Library in Spring City.