A digitally inclusive world where technology bridges divides and sustains our future. A future where every person, regardless of their background or resources, has equal and meaningful access to the digital world
To bridge the digital divide by repurposing e-waste into educational tools, ensuring equal access to technology for all. Through sustainable innovation, we strive to empower communities and shape a more inclusive and connected world.
Computers For People Inc. was founded in 2019 by then 15-year-old Dylan Zajac in Hoboken, NJ. The non-profit was founded with a dual purpose: addressing the alarming issue of e-waste pollution and bridging the expanding gap in digital accessibility. Dylan's forward-looking approach aimed at creating a sustainable solution to the environmental woes posed by discarded electronics, while also tackling the pressing challenge of the digital divide. Over the years, Computers For People has blossomed into a leading force in its domain, making significant strides in narrowing the digital divide across regions like New Jersey, New York City, and Massachusetts. Through its tireless efforts, this organization has not only transformed discarded technology into valuable resources but has also transformed lives by providing equal access to the digital realm for all.