Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

Devices donated and counting! (Last updated 2/17/22)

Who we are

Circuit Savers is a charitable organization started by
high school students dedicated to giving back to the community.

Circuit Savers takes broken, old, or unwanted computers/laptops and refurbishes them. After fixing technological issues and installing new operating systems, the computers are donated to local public schools and educational organizations which do not have adequate funding. With the help of our volunteers, staff, and patrons, we strive to improve the lives of those in need and better our local communities.

What we do

We collect old and broken computers donated by members of our community.

We then refurbish them by replacing parts (ex. additional RAM or replacing thermal compound), installing new operating systems (we use Linux Mint), and physically cleaning them.

Finally, we donate these computers to people that need them for education or public use.

How can I help?


With a financial donation we can use the money to fix a computer that has been waiting on a part. For example we receive computers with missing parts or failed batteries.


If you have any computers that work or don’t work we can use them, whether for just a fix up or to salvage the parts for other computers. Everything is appreciated!


Spreading the word is very important! We want everyone to help others, whether it be directly or just by giving away a computer to a refurbisher.