Network IT Recycling Project Update


We are still working away recycling PCs, making up PC packages of our own PCs and distributing the PCs given to us by Remade, as part of the wider Glasgow City Council/GCVS Digital inclusion project.

We have also been given some MiFi boxes as part of this project. Our plan is to distribute the 6 months Wifi we have as part of our funding and then distribute the GCC WiFi once our 6 months data runs out.
This will allow us to offer 18 months of data to most of the people who have a PC or are going to get one from us in the future.

We currently have a waiting list and operate a first come, first served basis, but do recognise there may be people in greater immediate need than others and will try and accommodate that. If you want to discuss a referral please call 0141 952 7090.

Thanks to those who continue to donate equipment, to those making referrals and those who publicise the project for us. To donate, refer or find out more:
please email 

If you want to make a referral, please fill out the Referral Form


***UPDATE 10th March 2020***

We have just taken delivery of 50 PCs from the Remade Network, as part of the wider GCVS/Glasgow City Council Digital inclusion Project.

This will allow the Network to give members a group of PCs, (up to 10 at one time). We will still be taking referrals for individual PCs for those who don’t need a bulk donation, as well as accepting donations of all PCs and laptops you might not need anymore.

We will also still be offering 30GB of data for 6 months, as well as the usual ‘How to Guide’ and a Helpline to help with set up of your new PC.

If you want to make a referral, please fill out the Referral FormTo find out more or if you want a bulk donation please give Martina a call to chat over what you need. Please email or call 0141 952 7090 




Updated end Jan 2021

Since our last update  the Network has managed to recycle and distribute a total of 135 PCs, laptops & tablets, most as a package with 6 months free internet access. It has been a busy time and as an example, prior to Christmas, we gave away 9 PCs in 1 day – it got us thinking –  how many more people need equipment & internet access and don’t yet have it?

We have had some really nice feedback from members who have referred people. In one case, a man who had been looking for work used his new PC to apply for a job and got it! A family in Drumchapel with 4 school age boys that were given 2 PCs and internet access are now engaging in all their online learning. And some learners with additional support needs are now engaging in their online activities from their local project with recycled IT equipment from us.

The news of the vaccine is really positive and we do hope to go back to a time when we can meet, work and socialise face to face, however until then most of our lives will be lived on the digital world. Lack of access to equipment, can push people further into poverty; be a barrier to learning; make it more difficult to apply for jobs; to manage benefits; to engage in support and services, when many have moved online; to keep in contact with family and friends and to find the best deals when shopping. This means, that now more than ever equipment & reliable WIFI needs to be seen as right and not an optional extra.

If any members, organisations, workplaces or educational establishments read this and want to help, please consider donating your old IT equipment. The PCs can easily we securely wiped and the PC/laptop be recycled and be of use to someone who needs it. This also makes sense for the environment as many pieces of equipment end up in landfill.

If you want to find out more about the project, to donate or refer contact


Martina Johnston Gray, Network Manager

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