Sierra Leone

On Saturday, November 23rd, Project: Community Computers and students from Lawrence University and Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) departed for Njala University in Sierra Leone. While there they will be setting up a computer lab for the 6,000 students and doing research on the impact technology can have in communities.

This is why Project:CC needs your help. We are still seeking funding and in order to continue bridging the digital divide in Milwaukee and around the world we need anything that you are able to give. Please visit our Indiegogo campaign where you can donate and then share our mission. Every cent you give makes a tremendous difference and it all goes back to communities in need.



On Friday, November 1st, 2013, Project: Community Computers launched a campaign on in order to raise funds to help our organization become a full-time organization geared towards distributing used technology to non-profits in Milwaukee and around the world.

We've already had a huge impact on a lot of different people here in Milwaukee and across the globe. We want to continue changing lives and reducing e-waste, but in order for Project:CC to continue as an organization, we need funding and that's why we're reaching out to our local and international community.

Our goal is to raise $100,000 to cover all of our administrative and operational costs. We have a handful of awesome perks to express our gratitude for your contribution to our mission. Even if you can’t contribute financially, simply sharing our project with your friends can have an outstanding impact on our success.

The campaign can be found here:


Project: Community Computers