Our Results

Since 2008, The More Than Tomorrow Project has successfully reclaimed over 6 tons of electronic waste from New York City’s landfills and placed 407 refurbished computers with families and non-profits of demonstrated financial need.


Computers refurbished through our organization have made their way to recipients on 3 continents and 12 states within the US. In India, 13 computers re-purposed through our organization were clustered in to 3 community learning centers, while in the US, 16 computers were similarly clustered into 4 community learning centers. Today these learning centers are community owned and operated.


In addition, More Than Tomorrow volunteers have contributed over 2,500 hours hours of service to the various projects we have initiated in both India and the US. Volunteers frequently comment on the sense of accomplishment that comes from learning while working on a project of social significance.

Our Partners

In an effort to ensure that More Than Tomorrow can continue to provide its service, our organization has formed strategic partnerships with several New York-based institutions looking for cost-effective e-waste solutions. Among the entities that contribute their discarded electronics to our organization are: City College of the City University of New York (CUNY), Media Edge, The New York City Department of Sanitation, New York University, Notre Dame School (N.Y.), Queens College (CUNY), St. Robert’s Bellarmine (NY), and The Urban Justice Center.


More Than Tomorrow has also formed partnerships with non-profit organizations working directly on behalf of under-resourced communities in an effort to reach as broad a population as possible. At present our partners include; Good Shepherd Services, Global Evangelistic Ministries, and Praise Tabernacle, Inc.