• Gender Equality in ICT

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    We interviewed Elizabeth Mlambo pioneer in ICT and gender equality in Zimbabwe

  • Donate Computers

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    Donate your old IT equipment to our projects and help people improve their lives

  • End-of-Life PCs

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    We helped setting up end-of-life PCs centres to ethically dispose of computers after being reused.



Take part in an exciting challenge whilst raising money to support our work!

Challenge events are a great way to get fit, meet new people and travel the world- and all for a good cause! 

Our events are suitable for individuals, groups of friends and teams of colleagues. We can also arrange bespoke challenges for groups, especially suited to corporate teams. Get in touch for more details!

Trust and Partnerships

Computer Aid International relies on the support of charitable trusts and foundations to continue working to extend the benefits of affordable computer technology available to schools, hospitals and other community organisations which serve some of the world's poorest people.

We also have a number of partnership opportunities that Computer Aid can offer your business. Please contact Christina by email or telephone 020 8361 5540 to find out more.

Volunteer and jobs

We always need an hand from volunteers who give up some of their time to help the organisation achieve its mission. We are looking for people with a wide range of skills – fundraising, IT, finance or marketing and social media –to support our work.
Please email us at info@computeraid.org to enquire about volunteering with Computer Aid.

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Your Donations

We exist because thousands of people share our vision of a world where everyone should have access to the benefits of Information Technology.


UK coolest techie


Ashling Lindsay, a 24-year-old Belfast woman is the winner of our ‘UK’s coolest techie’ competition organised by Daisy Group! This event aimed at challenging ‘computer nerd’ stereotypes and encouraging young people to take an interest in IT as a career.


International Women's Day 2015 and Beijing20+


On the 8th of March 2015, Computer Aid will be celebrating International Women's Day. Twenty years after the landmark Beijing conference, women and girls still have less power, voice and resources than men and boys. And these findings also apply to ICT access for women.


New opening hours


We have recently changed our weekend policy. Unfortunately, Computer Aid will not be open anymore on Saturdays.
You can drop off your equipment from Monday to Friday, 10.30am to 5pm, Unit 10 Brunswick Industrial Park, Brunswick Way, London, N11 1JL or you can call us on 0208 361 5540.

  • What our stakeholders say Read Below

    Donor - "We have established a longstanding relationship with Computer Aid and we were delighted, to be able to provide some unwanted IT equipment to assist this charity's valuable international work"

    Mike Cock, Group IT Manager Sutton and East Surrey Water
  • What our stakeholders say Read Below

    Beneficiary - “We are much honoured to be the recipient of the donated computers. Through the IT equipment, the university is positioning itself as a high quality training provider to its students enabling them to meet the development needs for 21st century”

    Professor John Sorana Akama, PhD, Vice Chancellor Kisii University, Kenya