25 Students Receive 25 Laptops in Calgary


Eight Calgary Schools to Receive Laptop Donations for Their Students

The Electronic Recycling Association and Kayla’s Computers team up to help 25 under privileged children with the gift of technology.

Calgary, Alberta – June 10th, 2019 – The Electronic Recycling Association is excited to announce their new partnership with a fellow non-profit organization known as Kayla’s Computers. This non-profit is very similar to the ERA as they too donate computers back within the community. However, their main focus is needy children and families in the Calgary area. Their mission is to help the children of today become the future of tomorrow.

“This is an exciting time for ERA.” Said Bojan Paduh, Founder and President of the Electronic Recycling Association. “Over the years we have strived to supply individuals in need with the gift of technology. Now, we strive to not only help those individuals but work with other non-profits who share a similar mission by donating side by side for the greater good.”

On Monday, June 10th 2019, ERA and Kayla’s Computers will be donating 25 laptops to 25 Students within 8 Calgary schools. These schools are as follow; Crossing Park School, Annie Gale School, Clarence Sansome School, Bob Edwards School, FE Osborne School, TB Riley School, West Dalhousie School and Central Memorial School.

Douglas Wilkinson Founder of Kayla’s Computers states, “I think it is great that the ERA is helping our charity help children in need. Children are the future of tomorrow and should always be our primary focus when it comes to educating them for what lies ahead. We, as an organization, would like to thank ERA for this partnership and look forward to future joint donations.”

Date: June 10th 2019

Time: 8.10 am

Address: Crossing Park School – 500 Martindale BLVD NE (First School of the day)


About the Electronic Recycling Association

The Electronic Recycling Association (ERA) is a non-profit organization founded in 2004 to address the growing problem of e-waste and the increasing ‘digital divide’. For over fifteen years, ERA has offered simple solutions to help individuals and organizations prevent operational equipment from premature destruction. With a focus on recovery, refurbishment and reuse, ERA continuously supplies charitable groups with donated IT equipment while securely managing the retiring IT assets of organizations and individuals across Canada.

Media contact:

Jessica Lifely,

Business Development and Marketing Manager


[email protected]