Tech Liberation Project

Spy Hop Tech Liberation Project

Donate your functional computers, laptops, iPads (and more!) to help local families stay connected.

A laptop or computer can make all the difference to a student working towards graduation and future careers. This Halloween, join the Spy Hop Youth Prevention Coalition in ensuring equal access to the technology and tools our kids need for future success. Gather your used equipment and come through our COVID-conscious spooky donation drive for some Halloween fun with tricks and treats! Your donated equipment will be wiped clean, refurbished, and given to students and families in need. 

October 31 Tech Donation Drive with Tricks & Treats!

HOST: Spy Hop Youth Prevention Coalition 
WHO: Anyone with computers, laptops, etc. to donate
WHAT: Tech Liberation Project: Donation Drive with Tricks and Treats 
WHEN: Saturday, October 31, 2020. 9 AM – 2 PM
WHERE: Spy Hop @ Kahlert Youth Media Arts Center – 208 W. 900 S 
Drive through begins on the East side of the building on 200 W.

**Masks required, spooky masks recommended!**

What to donate:

Donated items will be repurposed and re-housed or safely recycled.

  • Servers, Towers and Desktop Computers
  • LCD Monitors
  • Laptops
  • Smartphones & Tablets* 
    *Reset/Restore to factory settings for both phones and tablets before donating
  • Networking Equipment
  • Mice and Keyboards
  • Power Cords and Cables

Can’t make it to a donation drive event? Compete the donation form to schedule a pick up or drop off time.

Questions? Contact: Teri Mumm, Youth Prevention Coalition Coordinator

Who We Are:


The Spy Hop Youth Prevention Coalition formed in 2019 to address the identified needs and challenges of urban youth. The Coalition exists to foster youth wellbeing while strengthening prevention capacity and infrastructure within the community and across the state. The Coalition utilizes community-level data to address identified community risk factors. Coalition member organizations include: 

  • Spy Hop Productions 
  • Salt Lake County Health Department
  • Salt Lake City Police Department
  • Salt Lake City Corporation, Office of the Mayor
  • East High School
  • Salt Lake City Corporation Information Management Services
  • Volunteers of America Youth Resource Center
  • University Neighborhood Partners 
  • Asian Association of Utah
  • Utah Afterschool Network
  • Planned Parenthood Association of Utah
  • Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake 
  • Salt Lake City Public Library