Chicago, Il. (PRWEB) January 24, 2006
Selling it won’t yield any great profits, and you can’t just put it out with the trash. So, what do you do with your old laptop then? Donate it.
OnSite Chicago, a leading consulting company will accept your laptop, whether it’s in working order or not, any weekday between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
OnSiteChicago’s technicians will completely refurbish it and then give it to a local charity that needs it. And you’ll get a receipt to claim a tax deduction. Even if you can’t make it in person, just ship it to them and receive your receipt in the mail. You can even add the associated shipping costs to your total deduction.
So, why donate your laptop? “A laptop is just not something most non-profits can really afford or budget for,” says Ismail Mohammed. “Our work takes us directly into a client’s home or business, and, in helping our non-profit clients install, repair and set up their computer networks, we saw first-hand how useful a decent laptop would be. This just seemed like the best way to meet that need.”
“OnSiteCharity" is designed to match donated goods with the non-profit organizations that need them most. Non-profits can register for a refurbished laptop, as well as for the company’s full offering of computer repair and support services, by visiting OnSiteChicago’s webpage at http://www.onsitechicago.com and clicking on “OnSiteCharity” under the business section.
OnsiteChicago provides qualified computer repair and consulting services 24/7, 365 days a year. They Service 3 major markets, Home, Business and Specialized services for hospitals and Law firms.
Having come from a word-of-mouth background, OnsiteChicago understands that a client’s happiness determines whether or not they refer the company to friends or businesses. From the moment a client calls, the company is working to make their experience the best one possible. OnsiteChicago guarantees prompt service in plain English that will solve client’s technical problems quickly and in the most cost-effective manner possible.