Free I.T. Athens just launched an IndieGogo campaign because
We need a truck!
We need your help!
All we need is a reliable, used truck and a little extra funding for insurance, repairs, and fuel.
We are offering terrific perks for your tax-deductible contribution.
Please support the FRITA IndieGogo campaign by making a donation and sharing this with your friends.
The Board, Staff, and Volunteers bid a fond farewell last week to Board of Directors President, Joellen Steffen.
The Board voted Luke Ferguson as new, interim president for the remainder of 2015.
Martin Matheny will feature Free I.T. Athens on WUGA beginning July 2nd during the following programs: Thursday on “All Things Considered”, Friday on “Morning Edition”, and again Sunday at 10am on “Weekend Edition”. Please listen in and tell your friends about the programming. While you’re at it, “Like” WUGA and FRITA.
You can hear Martin Metheny’s story about Free IT Athens here.
Free I.T. Athens’ keyword for 2015 is “sustainability”… FRITA wants to keep the doors open for computer technical support services, grants to community partners, and low-cost computers to the public. FRITA is the “go to” place for computer re-use and recycling. We are looking for individual and business donors and sponsors.
Free I.T. Athens held its annual meeting in November and elected its new board for the 2014-2015 year! http://www.freeitathens.org/about_us/board-members/
Video and audio from Richard M. Stallman’s visit to Athens, GA, including his talk “Should We Have More Surveillance Than the USSR” and his DJ set at WUOG-FM
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