Nonprofit Offers Affordable Computers

EUGENE, Ore. — Parents can get the technology their kids need for school for cheap at NextStep Recycling.

Its back-to-school sale features donated computers refurbished by the staff at NextStep.

They’re fully tested and come with a 90-day warranty. They start at $200.

“You’re getting a computer that still has a lot of viability and a lot of life left in it. You don’t need to go out and buy new when you can buy something that is sustainable for the community, and especially if you are on a tight budget,” said John Barnum, NextStep Recycling Executive Director.

NextStep is open seven days a week.

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