Is your IT equipment due for replacement? ITdonations will take care of the disposal of all your depreciated IT equipment and donate the residual value to your chosen charity!
We plan an intake meeting over telephone or in-person to go over issues such as procedures, registration, reporting and valuation.
in accordance with the agreements made, we collect the IT equipment, register all assets, remove the data and take care of further processing of your equipment.
You receive a report from us in which you can see exactly which equipment has been returned, its status and value. You can use this report for your own administration.
ITdonations takes care of payment to your chosen charity. You receive confirmation of receipt from the charity.
With the residual value of your surplus IT equipment, we help you support the charity of your choice.ITdonations.nl
A fruitful partnership has been established with ITdonations. Asics donates its depreciated equipment via ITdonations and the proceeds go to Right To Play. This enables around 200 children to participate in school and sports activities. The partnership with ITdonations complements the existing cooperation between Right To Play and Asics. ITdonations takes care of the disposal, so we don't have to worry about it;
IT manager Asics
ING had all its functioning, unused equipment disposed of by the ITdonations foundation. The proceeds were donated to Voedselbank Nederland. In doing so, ING was able to make a modest contribution to the great work the volunteers at the Voedselbank do every day for people who are struggling to make ends meet financially. At ITdonations, equipment is given a second life. The data is erased 100% securely and a professional final report submitted. In doing so, ING contributes to the circular economy and the proceeds can be used to help people.
VolkerWessels Telecom is taking part in the Roparun, a multi-day relay race to raise money for palliative care for people with cancer and their loved ones. The high-end infrastructure specialist's old hardware has raised €18,000 via the ITdonations foundation as a donation for its participation in the Roparun. With 22 colleagues, they committed to their common goal. The team consisted of runners, cyclists, navigators, cooks, drivers, a masseur and a team captain. ITdonations took care of the safe and environmentally responsible disposal of the depreciated IT equipment.