In conjunction with Earth Day this year, JPMorgan Chase and Good360 announced the launch of Tech Warehouse, a Technology for Social Good program that will assist Good360’s network of nonprofit organizations and schools with contributions of refurbished technology to enhance communities, improve individual productivity and address zero waste initiatives. This innovative program leverages the benefits of sustainable management of resources at their end of life in order to make a positive impact on the world.
“Our new donation marketplace provides a great platform to distribute these highly desirable computers that would otherwise go to a landfill,” said Ellie Hollander, Chief Strategy Officer & EVP for Business Development at Good360. “Good360 is committed to creating corporate, nonprofit and environmental win-win outcomes for excess technology and we’re thrilled to be working with JPMorgan Chase on Tech Warehouse.”
Qualified nonprofits will be permitted to acquire up to 15 products annually and five per quarter. Donations must be used for the primary purpose of serving the ill, needy or youth and cannot be resold, auctioned, traded, bartered or cross international borders. Charities will be asked to pay $65 to cover shipping and handling fees, and the program will also require recipients to properly recycle the computers when they reach their end of life.
For more information about joining Good360’s charity network or accessing these donations, visit www.good360.org/JPMorganChase. Please note that the computers will be released via Good360’s catalog in phases. Check back if quantities are currently unavailable.