- Who We Are
- What We Do
- Donate Equipment
- Receive Equipment
The Computer Redistribution Program is a collaborative venture between the National Cristina Foundation and ArtsTech to provide persons with disabilities and other individuals with needs, schools and nonprofits agencies with refurbished computer equipment. ArtsTech distributes over 500 computers each year to people with disabilities, at-risk individuals, and organizations that serve these special populations.
ArtsTech’s mission is to help young people achieve academically, socially, and professionally through the development and application of their artistic, technological and entrepreneurial skills. ArtsTech accomplishes this by operating a center for youth enterprise, building collaborative partnerships with school districts, charities, and governmental agencies, and managing programs for youth in need in coordination with private and public initiatives.
Commercial art and technology entrepreneurial business development for youth ages 15-20 is our program objective. These young practicing artists and technicians will become valued employees and entrepreneurs through a variety of business opportunities. These youth will be exposed to a variety of work opportunities through an introductory 72-hour internship. Work schedules will be flexible to accomplish the business of the organization. ArtsTech produces productive, highly skilled, and dependable young artists and technicians.
ArtsTech offers the following major programs: Computer Redistribution MyARTS Sentenced to the Arts Student Tech Academy (STA) Flash 20/12 -N- Your Super Grill Global Axis
ArtsTech takes computers donated from the likes of Sprint Corporation, Kinko’s, Bank Midwest and Ferrelgas, repairs and refurbishes them, and sells them at cost or gives them to people with disabilities and other needs, to schools, and to other non-profit organizations in the United States.
In addition to repair and redistribution services, ArtsTech’s technical staff provides networking services for organizations, maintenance agreements, and computer repair and troubleshooting training for both youth and adult learners. Staff also teaches website development to members of Boys and Girls Clubs in Kansas and Missouri. And recently, ArtsTech signed a partnership agreement with One Economy, a non-profit group that provides Internet connectivity to low-income urban core families, churches, and organizations.
Handicapped/disabled individuals, at risk youth and families and organizations that serve this special population. We have served preschoolers through great-grandparents.
Attn: David J. Sullivan
Kansas City, MO 64108-1536
|Phone:||(816) 461-0201 x 310|
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