Adecs, the West Midlands-based IT support and solution provider, has organised the donation of PCs and monitors from several of its customers to an organisation that will be seeing they are put to very good use.
The hardware was no longer needed by four local organisations - the Belgrade Theatre, the Chartered Institute of Housing, the Women's Business Development Agency, and Fortinbras
Amrik Bhabra, Managing Director of Adecs, said: "Many of our customers ask us whether we can help them dispose of hardware when they decide to replace it, and where possible we try to ensure that it goes to a good cause.
"We make sure that any data that is on them is completely removed, and as long as they are in good working order we will find someone that can benefit from them.
" In the past we have organised the direct donation of hardware to schools and local charities. Then recently I came into contact with Covwise, an organisation who have been collecting and distributing a large amount of hardware for worthy causes."
Once Adecs had contacted Covwise, who are based on George Eliot Road and are supported by a group of local organisations including Coventry City Council, the firm arranged a convenient time to collect the PCs and monitors.
Stan Clarke, manager of the Computer Recycling Unit, said: "Thanks to generous donors we have been able to provide ICT equipment to charities and other worthy causes.
"In recent months we have supplied 30 PCs to an orphanage in Kosovo, been able to help South African and Nigerian community groups, and supported local schools and charities.
"For example, after Deedmore School was damaged by fire they needed a new ICT suite, and we provided them with the kit for it."