PCs for People

Do you need a computer?

DeKalb Township is working with PCs for People to aid low-income residents in gaining access to computers.  PCs for People is a non-profit organization that provides low-cost, rebuilt computers and laptops to the economically disadvantaged. 

Individuals and families enrolled in WIC, SNAP, General Assistance, TANF, or Medicaid, as well as recipients of Supplemental Social Security Income, Social Security Disability, Federal Public Housing Assistance, Veterans Pension Benefit Program, and/or those who have a household income below 200% of the federal poverty guidelines may be eligible for the program.

Eligible residents can purchase a computer package (Windows software included) at a reduced price (pricing varies from time to time). Supplies are limited, so interested residents are urged to visit https://pcsrefurbished.com/event/registration to check their eligibility, pricing and computer availability. DeKalb Township Residents may elect to claim their computer package at the DeKalb Township office. Complete instructions for pick-up will be provided to residents by PCs for people. 

All questions regarding availability, ordering, eligibility and/or scheduled pick-up date should be directed to PCs for people at 708-843-8450.

 

DeKalb Public Library

Questions?

If you have any questions regarding this program, please call us at (815) 758-8282.