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Starting university soon? Post-secondary and adult education students can receive free or low-cost computers from our program. Public schools, public libraries and nonprofit organizations can also get free computers if they qualify. Apply at

In addition other clients can receive free or low-cost equipment (Manitoba only):

Eligible ClientsRequirements
Public SchoolsGrades K-12
Public LibrariesRegistered with Public Library Services of the Province of Manitoba
First Nations SchoolsAll eligible
Non-Profit OrganizationsCharitable registration number
Literacy CentresAll eligible
Adult Education CentresRegistered with the Department of Education
Adult Education StudentsProof of Enrollment
University/College StudentsValid Student ID and/or Proof of Enrollment
Registered Home SchoolsFamily Registration Number

Click here to apply if you think you’re eligible.

About Computers for Schools MB:

To support Education, Skills Development, and Environmental Responsibility through Affordable Technology.

We employ recent graduates from various IT programs to test, clean and refurbish equipment as part of our work experience program.

Please see Intern Program and Co-op Program for more information.

Computers for Schools MB consistently provides an average of 5000 refurbished computers per year to eligible clients who may not otherwise have access to affordable technology. On average, we diverted more than 500,000 lbs of e-waste from our landfills a year.

A Provincial Advisory Board establishes the criteria for eligibility on an annual basis, and generally oversees program operations.

Since 1994, Computers for Schools Manitoba has provided over 95,000 devices to eligible clients.