INDATA operates an equipment reutilization program in which we accept CCTVs, video magnifiers and other assistive technology devices. These items are sanitized, repaired and given to individuals with disabilities in Indiana for free. There are some items we are unable to accept such as: power wheelchairs, stair lifts, dental equipment, CPAPs or other respiratory equipment, medical equipment, prosthetics, hearing aids and hospital beds. However, those items can be listed on our free online classified system for assistive technology. Click here to access the equipment exchange site.
Donated computers are received from donors, wiped of all previous data, refurbished and provided at no charge to individuals with disabilities who live in Indiana and have no other means of obtaining a computer. At this time, we are not taking printers, copiers or fax machines unless accompanied with a computer donation. We can then donate it to a recycling company on your behalf.
Easterseals Crossroads is a Microsoft Registered Refurbisher. This allows us to provide authentic Microsoft Windows and Office software on the computers we provide.
Learn about the process a computer goes through at the INDATA Depot, and hear from a client who received a laptop through the program.
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Do you have equipment to donate? If so, contact Alvin Alviar, reuse coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 317-466-2013. We accept walk-in donations or can arrange pickups.