Tech donations sought for Minnesota students this Saturday in St....

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Because more than 100,000 Minnesota students don’t have technology and devices at home, Minnesota Tech for Success is asking the public to donate their unwanted tech devices — including laptops, desktops, cellphones, tablets, LCD monitors, mice and keyboards — to be repurposed for classrooms across the state.

Minnesota Tech for Success provides students and schools with refurbished, reliable computers at more affordable rates than new computers. In addition, students can receive devices for free or at a reduced cost from their schools, speeding up access to information and closing the digital equity gap. Students in need can also receive computers, software, tech support and a warranty at no charge through the nonprofit’s Tech Connect program.

The third-annual Tech Drive for Education hosted by Affinity Plus Federal Credit Union will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the St. Paul branch of the credit union at 175 W. Lafayette Frontage Road on St. Paul’s West Side.

For more information on other Tech Drive for Education events and other ways to support, visit affinityplus.org/techdrive.

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