The Winter Olympics in Utah may be history, but a lot of the hardware
required to put them on remains behind in Salt Lake City. So, “in support of
our commitment to socially responsible corporate citizenship,” Gateway Inc.
has decided to donate 4,500 computers.
The San Diego, Calif.-based computer maker
consideration is limited to eligible organizations with non-profit status as
recognized by the Internal Revenue Service.
The company posted a form on its
Web site for non-profits to get more information and said online
applications will be taken beginning April 8.
Make sure your non-profit is already computer-literate — faxed or written
applications will not be accepted.
Gateway said the systems were supplied to the Salt Lake Organizing Committee
for use during the 2002 Winter Games to track official event results,
statistics and standings for athletes, coaches, spectators, officials and the