Who We Are

Renewed Computer Technology (RCT) is a not-for-profit, charitable organization that empowers learners, educators and not-for-profit organizations with increased access to information and communications technology (ICT), skill development and learning opportunities, in a socially and environmentally responsible manner.

Community Impact

We work to meet the growing demand for computers in the classroom and in the community


1.5 million

computers renewed 

Environmental Impact

Reusing technology has even greater benefits than recycling – saving greenhouse gases and conserving more energy and raw materials over its lifecycle


23 million

pounds of e-waste diverted and 8.5 million tonnes of water saved in over 25 years

Youth Impact

We provide paid work experience for youth, empowering them to compete in the knowledge-based economy



students and volunteers given hands-on computer repair skills and training 

Computers for Schools Plus (CFS+) – a national partnership-based program that refurbishes digital devices donated from government, private businesses and individuals for use by schools, libraries, not-for-profit organizations, Indigenous communities and eligible individuals. This program is funded by the Government of Canada.

“It was very frustrating knowing that in our world, in which a computer is a necessity, there are people that just cannot afford one. RCT gives people the hope they need to go forward by providing access to a computer that can help them reach their goals.”

Sharon Bramhall
Senior Caseworker – Students, Community Services – Employment & Income Support, Ontario Works (Waterloo)


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For Schools, Boards, First Nation bands, Charities, Not-For-Profits, and Libraries


For Individuals, Families and Students


We believe in the potential of our youth, giving them the opportunity to develop and expand their skills through our Computers for Schools Plus Internship Program, which provides paid work experience to 55 individuals each year, for youth aged 16-30.


Give your used technology a new life! We work to refurbish each computer to extend its life cycle for additional years of meaningful use.

News, Stories, and More

7 First Nation Communities in Northern Ontario receive Microsoft Surfaces June 9, 2021

This week, seven northern and remote First Nation Communities will be receiving Microsoft Surfaces, as part of a partnership between RCT and Microsoft Canada, to assist their economic and educational

Celebrating a milestone in Northern Ontario

Celebrating a Milestone in Northern Ontario November 6, 2021 The Wunnumin Lake First Nation recently celebrated the unprecedented success of a local convenience store that surpassed 1 million dollars in


On August 24th-25th, 2021, the St.LawrenceNeighbourhood Association Waste Reduction Group (SLNA) hosted a donation event called REmarket. The event focused on the 6R’s “REduce, REuse, REpair, REpurpose, REcycle, REthink,” says Nancy Fung, SLNA board member and REmarket event coordinator. The 6R’s