You can now read and download the CAP trifold flyer CAP Tri-Fold as a pdf file. It is permanently located in the About Us section. Spread the... Read more »
As an authorized Microsoft Refurbisher, CAP volunteers are able to legally load Microsoft software onto the PCs we donate to non-profits in the community. We have Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 licenses as well as Microsoft... Read more »
Computers Assisting People (CAP) was one of the 21 non-profits helped at the 5th annual Cleveland GiveCamp. Howard B. Pearce was the Project Manager and Team Leader and he talked about the new site as Developer and Team Member Matt... Read more »
Howard B. Pearce is an IT Business Systems Analyst Lead, CBAP for Progressive Insurance. He was the Project Manager and Team Leader at the 5th annual GiveCamp in Cleveland, Ohio. Howard led the team that worked on a new website... Read more »
Cleveland (July 20, 2014): Computers Assisting People (CAP) Inc. has a new modern website thanks to the talented volunteers at Cleveland GiveCamp. CAP is a Cleveland Ohio non-profit whose volunteers have refurbished and donated over 15,000 PCs to over 450... Read more »
CAP donated 5 complete Pentium 2.8 systems to New Sardis P.B. Church at 3474 East 147th... Read more »
Congratulations to CAP Hardware Coordinator Dan Davenport who was named one of the Verizon Everyday Heroes at a ceremony on March 1, 2013.
Some of the most recent graduating class from Union Grove Baptist Church at 8932 Quincy.
Youngsters take an intensive computer course in a lab that CAP set up. After a 6-week course, they graduate and are able to take a computer home with them. Then CAP replenishes the lab for the next class.
Some of the students in the PC Lab at Plan Ahead (Overcome Life Struggles) at 3484 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive.