LearningToBeTheLight.org, home of the Learning To Be The Light
Project (LTBTL), based in Hoover, Alabama.
LTBTL is dedicated to one
goal: making sure that eligible students have the
technological resources needed in order to succeed in today's
high-tech school environment.
LTBTL is a
Microsoft Registered Refurbisher. Whenever possible, LTBTL
will refurbish PCs that are given to us by installing Microsoft
Windows 7 Professional and Microsoft Office 2010 Home and Business.
In order to do this, we must have the original restore software
and/or a restore partition on the PCs that we refurbish, so if you
have the CDs/DVDs that came with your system, send them along.
As our site grows, it will
outline how we are taking in used computers and other PC equipment,
refurbishing it, and installing it in the homes of low-income
families who's students attend the Hoover City School district.
If you have a computer, or
computer equipment, such as an LCD monitor (sorry, we can't use CRT - tube type -
monitors), that you would like to give* to LTBTL, please send an
firstname.lastname@example.org . We will pick it up,
destroy any data on the hard drive, and refurbish it for the use of
an eligible student. If you'd rather drop it off, you may do
so Monday-Friday from 8:30am - 4 pm at the
Artists on the Bluff
office (formerly the Bluff Park Community School), located at
Park Avenue, Hoover, AL 35226. If you have any restore
disks that came with the computer, those would be very helpful, but
not necessary. See the
Project Summary page for more
Want to help via a money
here to go to the Learning To Be
The Light GoFundMe page. Thanks!!