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  • Date: November 21, 2022
  • Category: get IT

Giving thanks to 107 new recycling clients who made ’22 our most productive year yet

Thanksgiving is just around the corner and here at give IT. get IT., we are especially grateful this year. In addition to celebrating our 20th anniversary, we’re on pace to help over 1,000 people in need for the first time ever. From single moms, senior citizens, and college students to aspiring social workers, military veterans, and recovering addicts, putting computers into the hands of people who need them isn’t just our mission, it’s our life’s work.

“It’s incredible,” co-founder and Operations Director Chris Martin says. “We started this organization with a handful of volunteers and $61,000 we cobbled together from our personal savings and a few local supporters. Today, we have 15 employees, 8 dedicated volunteers, and a $1.5 million annual operating budget. We’ve come a long way, and I’ve never been more excited about the future.”

We are hitting these extraordinary milestones thanks to our 150 current electronics recycling clients like Bangor Savings Bank (also our longest-tenured client), IDEXX, Maine General Savings, SAPPI, and Systems Engineering, and over 100 new electronics recycling clients who partnered with us for the first time this year. In this post, we will honor ALL of our new clients alongside behind-the-scenes photos of our team picking up and processing their surplus technology. We’ll also share some eye-popping statistics, plus a few photos of our “got IT” clients — who are the driving force behind everything we do.

Thank you, 2022 electronic recycling clients!

Processing one of the 689 reusable laptops we received from Guild Mortgage.

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Activision Publishing Inc

ADN Internet Telephone

Advanced Micro Systems

AEC Engineering

American Rheinmetall Systems LLC

Aroma Joe’s

Atlantic Fund Administration

Back In Motion Physical Therapy

Backyard Farms

Bellows Woodworks

Picking up surplus tech at Catholic Charities in Portland.

Beneficial Technologies

Bergen & Parkinson LLC

Bigelow Investment Advisors, LLC

Boothbay Region Land Trust

Brewer South Freeport Marine

C.M. Almy & Son Inc

Camden Real Estate

Casa Inc.

Catholic Charities of Maine

Chalmers Insurance Company


Citori Group

Civies Corp

Clear Company

Clearstead Trust, LLC

Community Concepts, Inc

Community Dental

Compusult, Inc

Conneston Construction, Inc

County of Waldo

Cleaning processors for reuse.

Crooker Construction

Davis Family Foundation

DDS New Hampshire

Dead River Company

Dempsey Centers for Quality Cancer Care

Disability Rights Maine Deaf Services

Dragon Concrete

Drummond & Woodsum

Fabian Oil


A full tech locker awaiting pickup. These rollable, lockable devices make it easy for organizations to collet and securely store surplus tech until they’re ready for us to arrive.

Fortress Network Solutions

Gold Star Honeybees, LLC

Gorham Savings Bank

GYK Antler

H.E. Murdock

Hamilton Marine

Hancock Lumber Company

Hebert Construction

Jewish Community Alliance of Southern Maine

Jofran Sales Inc

Kennebec Pharmacy & Home Care

Kheops International

Kids Peace National Centers of New England Inc

Our team is also happy to load tech lockers on site if it’s easier!

Maine Coast Heritage Trust

Maine Community Foundation

Maine Health Access Foundation

Maine Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program

Maritime Energy

Midcoast Conservancy

MMG Insurance

Mount Merici Academy


Nappi Distributors

New Hampshire Loan Fund Inc

Another great shot of Joe Russano from First National Bank helping us load up tech from their Damariscotta office.

NH Eye Associates

Norman Hanson & DeTroy

North Haven Community School

Otis Federal Credit Union

Oxford Casino


Partners Bank

Portland Trust Company

Preti Flaherty

Rarebreed Veterinary Partners

Rath,Young @ Pignatelli, P. C.

Technology Reuse and Recycling Advocate Allen Cornwall personally picking up reusable laptops at Tilson Technology in Portland.

Reliance Standard

Rice McVaney

RM Davis

RSU 73

Rymes Propane & Oil

Saco Valley Credit Union

Sebago Technics

Snow Pond Center for the Arts

Snow Pond Technology Group

Social Security (Augusta, Rockland, Waterville, Bangor, Presque Isle)


Processing a latop in Waterville.

Spinnaker Trust

St. Joseph’s College

Stuffed Foods

Sugarloaf Mountain


Tilson Technology

Thompson & Bowie

Town of Corinth

Town of Gorham

United States Bankruptcy Court

Removing hard drives for secure destruction and recycling.

United Way of Southern Maine

University Credit Union

University of Maine at Machias


Warp +Weft

Wheeler Insurance

Yellow Dog Enterprises DBA First Light Home Care

Zehn Tech



Best of all, when you choose give IT. get IT. to recycle your business’s surplus technology; you also support our digital inclusion mission by enabling us to help more people in need. Here are just a few of them.

Anasia is a Worthington Scholarship winner who needed a high-quality laptop to begin her freshman year at the University of Maine Orono.
We shipped laptops to 25 students at Faculte de Travail Social et de Justice Sociale, Haiti’s only school of social work.












Khalid Noori is one of the 200 Afghan Special Operations veterans who needed computers to learn English and train for civilian jobs in the U.S.
Elizabeth needed a desktop computer to land a well-paying customer service job that she could perform at home during the height of the pandemic.












We hope this post inspires you or someone you know to choose  give IT. get IT. to reuse or sustainably recycle your company’s surplus tech.

To learn more, please contact our Technology Reuse and Recycling Advocate Allen Cornwall, at 207-615-2956 or email him at acornwall@itec3.org.