As of May 1, 2003, Project Reboot ceased operations.

Such an announcement is sad, yet in the 40 months we refurbished and donated computers, our volunteers completed 93 refurbished Mac and PC systems and placed dozens of other "as is" systems and peripherals.

We'd like to thank the University of Richmond, local businesses, and the more than 60 individuals who donated equipment to Project Reboot.

Donors referred to us can place their computers or equipment with:

  • Computer Recycling of Viriginia: The firm refurbishes and donates systems and recycles all e-waste. For donation sites and information, seee
  • From Crayons to Computers (computers, parts, and office/school supplies; these are refurbished and given to local public schools): contact Dr. Irving Driscoll at 276-7407.
  • Refugee and Immigration Services (complete, working systems only): contact Suwattana Sugg at or (804) 355-4559 ext. 308.
  • The Mill House, a innovative vocational rehabilitation program for individuals with brain injuries, (complete, working Windows systems only), please contact, Jason Young Program Director at (804) 261-7050 or

Our old site, with photos and information about the project is now archived.

If you have other questions about the project, please contact Joe Essid:

Our mascot was designed by Jarrett at Bellwood Elementary. Thanks, Jarrett!
Project Reboot is not affiliated with Apple Computer. But we love our Macs!
Last Updates: 11/17/07