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Register as a Third Party Refurbisher and Gain Access to Low-Cost Microsoft Product Licenses

Device ownership is at the heart of digital inclusion and full participation in our connected society. Today, more than 55 million Americans are without a computer at home. Beyond that, tens of millions of Americans do not have ample computing devices for all household members to attend school, access telehealth, work remotely, or search for employment.

Together with PCs for People, and in support of the Alliance for Technology Refurbishing and Reuse (AFTRR), Digitunity is working to supply organizations with low-cost Windows/Microsoft Office licenses to help eliminate the technology gap.

The Partnership

PCs for People, a Microsoft Authorized Refurbisher (MAR), has partnered with Digitunity to present an innovative solution for Microsoft licenses with a purely charitable purpose. All net proceeds from the sale of licenses through this MAR program to new and existing Third Party Refurbishers (TPR) are used to help bridge the digital divide.

This program is tailored to the needs of small and medium sized refurbishers who wish to deliver genuine Microsoft software licenses to their customers on their refurbished computers.

New TPR Registration

Register as a TPR to gain access to discounted pricing on Microsoft Citizenship products, along with automated reporting, and next-day fulfillment by PCs for People.

Requirements for TPRs can be found below.

Register New

TPR Client Portal

Enter the PCs for People MAR portal to place license orders and manage your activity.

Proceeds from this program are used to support the work of AFTRR.

Log In TPR

Proceeds from this program are used to advance the work of AFTRR, a collective impact program of Digitunity. AFTRR is a national consortium of nonprofit refurbishers that share a common mission to end the digital divide. AFTRR members work in communities across the United States and serve particularly vulnerable segments of society. More than 300,000 computers, along with skills development and support, are placed each year.


To qualify as a TPR, a refurbisher must meet the following requirements:

  • Validate that the end user meets the eligibility requirements prior to distribution of the customer system.

  • Retain proof of end user eligibility per the standard duty to maintain records requirements.
  • Provide proof of end user eligibility to Microsoft upon request.

How can I tell if a project or program fits the definition of a Technology Access Program?

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