JDS Computer Donations will refurbish and then donate your discarded laptop to support military service members overseas and help them use laptops to stay in touch with family members, friends, and life back home.
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Recycle Your Laptop and Support Soldiers Overseas

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Instead of disposing of your laptop, why not donate it to make a difference to our American soldiers overseas?

JDS Computer Donations will refurbish and then donate your discarded laptop to support military service members overseas and help them use laptops to stay in touch with family members, friends, and life back home.

Your laptop contribution is good karma, and good sense: it is a fully tax deductible donation through JDS Computer Donations. You get the satisfaction of supporting our troops and the reward of a year end tax deduction.

COMPUTER DONATIONS SERVE MILITARY TROOPS OVERSEAS

JDS Computer Donations is a Michigan-based nonprofit that refurbishes your used laptop computer and sends the newly-working computer to deployed military units.

James Payne, president of JDS and a Vietnam veteran, says that high priced telephone minutes can be an impediment to servicemembers contacting loved ones at home. Using laptop computers to connect overseas is a cost effective alternative, and a priceless way to boost morale both for the troops and for their military families back home.

ERASE FIRST THEN DONATE YOUR LAPTOP TO THE TROOPS

Before donating your laptop, it is important to erase your data and personal information.

Erase your data by removing the hard drive and donating your computer without it. When removing the hard drive, be sure to replace the rails and screws that hold it in place.

Another way to remove your data is using a utility program to wipe the hard drive and overwrite your data.

If you choose to use a utility program to erase the hard drive, make sure your program meets DoD standards to be absolutely sure that your data is not recoverable. For detailed instructions on erasing your hard drive, visit DIY-Computer-Repair.com.

HUNDREDS OF LAPTOPS SERVE THOUSANDS OF MILITARY FAMILIES

As of 2011, almost 500 refurbished laptops have already have been sent to military service members overseas to help them keep in touch with family and friends back home.

JDS Computer Donations is a productive way to safely dispose of your used laptop, get a tax deduction, and help deployed military service members stay connected to home. Its win, win, win!

JDS Computer Donations is part of the Any Soldier Inc. support team.



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