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Computers and Office Furniture Donations

The Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute (UHI) was established in July 2000 in response to a recommendation of the Urban Health Council, a group of community residents, clergy, local leaders, business representatives, city officials, and faculty, staff, and students from the Johns Hopkins Institutions. Dr. William Brody, charged the group with exploring ways that the research, teaching, and clinical expertise of the university could be better harnessed for the benefit of the residents of East Baltimore. To that end, the Center for Community Health was established. This group provides:

  • health screening and Wellness Education,
  • employment skills training,
  • IT training (including Microsoft Office), and
  • training on computer maintenance and assembly (donated computers are refurbished and then given to local area residents.)

The Hopkins community is encouraged to donate unwanted computers (at least a Pentium II or higher), furniture, and other unwanted equipment by calling Clarence Tucker, Director of Operations at 410-534-0499.