Columbia University Donates New Printers to Local Organizations

December 27, 2018

Columbia University recently donated new HP all-in-one printers purchased with rewards points from HP’s loyalty program to 32 organizations in Harlem and the surrounding community.

Collaborating with Central Purchasing’s new Vice President of Purchasing, David Beaver, who identified the opportunity, the Facilities and Operations Construction Business Initiatives team identified and coordinated delivery to organizations in need of new printers, which included a school, recovery center, men’s shelter, community centers, and senior centers.  Each printer came with a complimentary three-year service plan.

“We look forward to additional opportunities to collaborate with and support our community partners in the future,” said Tanya Pope, assistant vice president, university supplier diversity and program integration for Construction Business Initiatives.

The organizations that received printers include:

  • 125th Street Business Improvement District
  • ARC XVI Fort Washington, Inc.
  • Community Board 9
  • Community Impact, Inc.
  • Corpus Christi School
  • Dances for a Variable Population
  • Dominican Sunday
  • El Nido
  • Graham Windham
  • Grant Houses Senior & Community Center
  • Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce
  • Harlem Arts Alliance
  • Harlem Business Alliance
  • Harlem Commonweath Council
  • Harlem Congregations for Community Improvement, Inc.
  • Harlem Week
  • International Missionary Commission The Narrow Door, Inc.
  • Lifeforce in Later Years
  • Manhattanville Houses Community Center
  • New York Women's Chamber of Commerce
  • PA'LANTE Harlem
  • Project Renewal – Fort Washington Men's Shelter
  • PSS Manhattanville Center
  • Seniors Helping Seniors, Inc.
  • STAR Senior Center
  • The Harlem Honeys and Bears Swim Team Inc.
  • The Pillars
  • The Sledge Group
  • Washington Heights and Inwood Chamber of Commerce
  • Washington Heights Child Care Center
  • West Harlem Group Assistance
  • Word Up Community Bookshop