Project Reboot’s all-volunteer staff accepts charitable and corporate donations of computer hardware, professionally refurbishes it and makes it available for low income families, people with disabilities and non-profit agencies.
Project Reboot is a program of The Capital PC User Group (CPCUG), a non profit (501c3) all volunteer, educational and information organization based in Rockville, MD and serving the greater Washington DC area.
Project Reboot was started in 1987 and has provided more than 15,000 refurbished computers to Washington DC area poor and disabled individuals and other non-profit organizations. We work primarily through our local school systems to provide computer systems to poor and disabled students as a Microsoft Registered Refurbisher. Our computers are provided complete and ready to go with a licensed Microsoft Operating System and a selection of useful programs to make the clients computer experience complete.
Project Reboot is an all-volunteer effort of the Capital PC User Group, Inc. that exists to help bridge the digital divide by providing computers to the poor and disabled community.
Although we work primarily through our local school systems to concentrate on school age children, anyone receiving public assistance due either to low income or disability is eligible for our program. We also serve non-profit organizations in the area.
Contact Information & Map
Attn: Dennis Courtney
4 Choke Cherry Road
Rockville, MD 20850