Mayor Brandon Johnson and World Business Chicago on Monday launched a monthlong campaign that will encourage Chicago organizations and businesses to donate the computers and laptops they no longer use get refurbished and offered to families who need such devices. The program is meant to close what a news release from Johnson calls "Chicago's device gap." Two nonprofit organizations — PCs for People and Compudopt — will take in the donated computers and laptops, wipe the data and refurbish the devices and offer them to households for free or at a low cost, according to the news release. Businesses or organizations interested in donating devices can find more information online.
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