Faculty & Staff

ICC computers get a new home at the Salvation Army

This week, 52 computers and 65 flat panel 15-inch monitors made their way from ICC to their new home at the Salvation Army in Peoria.

This week, 52 computers and 65 flat panel 15-inch monitors made their way from ICC to their new home at the Salvation Army in Peoria.

The computers will be used to serve individuals in the Salvation Army’s Veterans’ Relearning Program and its various social service programs. Veterans and individuals in homeless shelters also will use the computers for accessing GED classes, learning computer skills, seeking job placement, and finding permanent housing.

ICC regularly donates computers and equipment as the need arises and as the College has the stock to donate. Preference is given to educational facilities and to those other institutions which will use the computers for educational purposes. In the past year, ICC has donated computers to recipients such as Peoria Christian School, East Bluff Community Center and Norwood Elementary School, just to name a few.

Manager of Desktop and Media Services Chris Frautschi says donating the computers is just another way for ICC to fulfill its Mission Statement and to give back to the community.

Manager of Desktop and Media Services Chris Frautschi says donating the computers is just another way for ICC to fulfill its Mission Statement and to give back to the community.

Photos courtesy of Mike McClelland – ICC Web Services