Free and Low-Cost Computers and Services

resources for the DC area and nationally

no guarantee will receive or receive exactly what you want

may be for low income/ disability / senior / student

may take long while / waiting list

include internet services
https://connect.dc.gov/affordable-internet
https://www.everyoneon.org/find-offers?partner=connect.dc

https://www.pcsrefurbished.com/sales/salesHome.aspx

computers for the blind

Project Reboot

This project provides used/refurbished low cost computer systems to low income families with school aged children, individuals, seniors and persons with disabilities, throughout the Washington, DC area. Computers are sold on a first come first served basis and must be picked-up at the address below.  Available equipment and services may include laptops, desktop computers, monitors, printers, vision software, product warranty and some repair. 

At present, pricing seems to start at $25 to $100, depending on what you are looking for.  Purchases are through cash only.   A referral from a local agency is required.  Contact Project Reboot to locate an agency in your areaor please contact Frank Rice at DC Shares (202-332-2595) for more information on completing a referral form through the Assistive Technology Program. 

Project Reboot
4 Choke Cherry Road
Rockville, MD 20850
Phone: (301)330-0034
Email: reboot@projectreboot.org

Connect.DC 

A District of Columbia government-based program working to make technology easier to use, more accessible, affordable and relevant to District residents.  This initiative provides access to low-cost computers and Internet services for low-moderate income residents. 

Connect.DC
Phone: (202) 266-6328
Email: octo@dc.gov

Everything On

Resource for low-income persons consists of an easy to use website that allows you to look up low-cost computers and Internet services available in your area. 

EverythingOn
No phone number available, contact through the website

 PC's For People

 



https://www.pcsforpeople.org/eligibility/