Equipment donations can be dropped off Monday evenings from
6:30 PM to 9:00 PM excluding holidays and on Saturdays WHEN WE ARE OPEN.
The Personal Computer Museum is pleased to accept either financial donations that go
towards the improvement of the facility, or computer donations that go towards our
collection or will be recycled. We are the number one destination for computer recyling in Brantford. You can read about certain donations we have received.
Our drop-off center is open Monday evenings from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM (excluding holidays) and
select Saturdays. Arrangements for other times can be made.
Personal Computer Museum
13 Alma Street (off Sydenham)
Brantford, Ontario, N3R 2G1
Individuals and corporations wishing to drop off donations in the Greater Toronto Area (including Mississauga, Brampton, etc.) please contact us to
If you think we couldn't possibly want your old computer, think again. Although we might
already have your machine in our inventory, we are always looking for software, books, and
other items that go with the machine. Also, extra machines work well for us as spare parts since
some of these machines break down easily. We are mostly looking for machines from the
70's and 80's, but will take anything. Donations of original software programs, magazine back issues,
advertisements or promotional materials are always welcome. We also now collect things like
cellular phones, manual typewriters, music players (like iPods), video games, laser & video discs
and more! You will get
recognition at the museum and instantly become an honourary lifetime member. Equipment
can be dropped off during our open houses, or we will pick it up at a mutually convenient
time (drop offs are preferred as our pick up service is available only based upon volunteer availability). Please telephone 226-227-5898 or e-mail
email@example.com to make arrangements.
On our most wanted list right now:
Apple Lisa, Apple Lisa 2 AKA Macintosh XL, Apple Pippin / Bandai Atmark, BeBox, Commodore 64GS (Game System), Commodore Amiga 4000T, Commodore BX256, Commodore Educator, Commodore MAX, Franklin Ace 1000/100, Fujitsu FM Towns, OKI IF-800, Spectravideo SV-318 SV-328 SV-728, Telidon / Teleguide Terminal, VTech CreatiVision / Dick Smith Wizzard.
The museum operates completely by financial donations. No salaries are paid to anyone,
but money is used to pay the utility bills in the building and in some cases funds are
used to obtain new equipment or provide upgrades to the existing displays. We accept
donations at the door in our drop box or via Paypal here on our website. Using Paypal you
can use a credit card or your bank account by clicking below. Thank you very much for your
Your donated equipment
The machines and other equipment, software and documentation that you donate will have one of three (3)
things happen to them.
· Used by the museum for displays or administration
· Donated (after being safely cleaned and reformatted) to the Free Computer Giveaway Program to help individuals and not-for-profit agencies in our community
· Safely and properly recycled with our approved recycling vendor(s)
You may think we wouldn't want your equipment, but it's quite possible that you have something within
your collection of items that we are missing. It could be as simple as a brochure or a cartridge or a piece of original
software. You just never know, so before throwing out any of these pieces of history please contact us and consider
donating it to us.
We are especially looking for old software programs in the original packaging. Games, applications,
old magazines, you name it!
You can also donate to the Wil Morin Memorial Computer Giveaway for kids!