Earth Day Fundraiser

By Salesforce & iD Tech

Reduce E-waste & Support Students by Donating to human-I-T

This Earth Day, join Salesforce and iD Tech to reduce pollution and create opportunities for low-income students by donating to human-I-T!

human-I-T is a nonprofit that works to divert e-waste from landfills and close the digital divide. By collecting used electronics, repairing and refurbishing them, then redistributing them to students and non-profit organizations, human-I-T promotes sustainable opportunities for people and the planet. To date, human-I-T has distributed over 65,000 devices to individuals in need, assisted over 64,000 households with access to low-cost internet connectivity, and provided free digital literacy training for nearly 2,300 people.

Please show your support for the planet and students this Earth Day by making a financial contribution using the simple form. Your contribution supports our team in every step of the technology refurbishment process, keeping thousands of pounds of e-waste out of landfills globally!

Looking for other ways to help? Donate your old technology!

Looking for a fun earth month activity for your household? Donate your old technology to human-I-T! As part of your spring cleaning, don't forget to include recycling your e-waste, old phones, laptops, monitors, game consoles, etc. Salesforce has donated nearly 3 tons and iD Tech has donated over 10 tons of equipment to human-I-T. To learn more about donating your unused technology; click here.

A Storied Partnership

This past summer, Salesforce, iD Tech, and human-I-T collaborated to address the digital divide. Through Coding Our Future, Salesforce and iD Tech partnered to provide scholarships for 200 underrepresented minority students in the DC metro area to attend Virtual Tech Camps. To bridge the connectivity gap, human-I-T provided hot spots and internet to students who lacked access. Scholarship student Jermaine Drakes Jr. shared the impact of the program: “Coding Our Future fueled the fire for me and gave me passion for tech. I appreciate all Salesforce, iD Tech and human-I-T have done for me.”  

About Salesforce

From the start, Salesforce has sought to change the world for the better through technology that builds stronger relationships. Between companies and their customers. Between employees and far-flung teams. Between governments and their citizens. Between people who want to make a difference.

At Salesforce, we believe business is the greatest platform for change. We are passionate proponents of stakeholder capitalism, committed to doing well by all our stakeholders — our customers, employees, partners, communities, the planet, and society as a whole. And we lead by example, spearheading initiatives in philanthropy, racial equality and justice, climate action and advocacy, and the ethical and humane use of technology.  A win-win-win approach.  Our founders launched the 1-1-1 model, which commits 1% of our profits, our technology, and our peoples’ time to improving education, equality, and the environment for everyone. Today, more than 10,000 companies worldwide have joined us in our Pledge 1% movement

Learn more about how Salesforce Employees, give back through our Equality Groups and how Earthforce in particular is making impacts for sustainability

Salesforce, the global CRM leader, empowers companies of every size and industry to digitally transform and create a 360° view of their customers. For more information about Salesforce (NYSE: CRM), visit:

About iD Tech

iD Tech is the world leader in youth STEM education and believes that all students deserve quality tech education. The family company was founded by a mother-daughter duo over 20 years ago in Silicon Valley and operates year-round online programs, in addition to summer camps at more than 150 top universities worldwide. Course topics include coding, 3D modeling, artificial intelligence, robotics, and game design. iD Tech is dedicated to bridging the digital divide and is committed to gender diversity. Since its inception, iD Tech has donated more than $6 million in life-changing educational experiences to underrepresented communities. For more information, visit