PCs for People to offer free computers and hotspots to households with Cuyahoga County public and charter school students

PCs for People will offer free computers and hotpots during a three-part registration and truck distribution event Nov. 12, Dec. 3 and Dec. 17 from 2 to 5 p.m. at Community of Faith Collaborative (6886 Pearl Rd., Middleburg Heights). To qualify, households must have a K-12 student enrolled in a Cuyahoga County public or charter school. 

Individuals can fill out an application the day of the event, but they must bring proof of school enrollment. Proof can be any school document that includes the student’s name, the school’s name and a recent date. The document will not be returned, so individuals should bring a copy rather than the document itself.

Senior citizens and job-seekers may also be eligible for a free device. They can fill out a paper application at the event and check pcsforpeople.org/ohio/ for updates. A limited number of people will receive devices during the event. Those who show up to the event can register to receive a device at a future event.

Items will be distributed in Community of Faith Collaborative’s parking lot (6886 Pearl Rd., Middleburg Heights). Individuals should remain in their vehicles and watch for flow of traffic instructions. Please be mindful of social distancing. Masks are required. 

For questions and updates, email cuyahoga@pcsforpeople.org. Call PCs for People at  216.777.4441 and Community of Faith Collaborative at 216.399.5676.