Books & Computer Donations

Humanics labs is hero in the fight against illiteracy and lack of access to technology in Africa. We provide books and computers to underprivileged youth, giving them the tools they need to succeed in school and in life. Our mission is to break the cycle of poverty by empowering young people with education. With your support, we can continue to make a positive impact in the lives of thousands of children in Africa. Join us in our mission to empower the next generation and make a difference in the world.

What we accept


- New or Used books
- Written in English or French
- Nursery, Primary, Secondary and University textbooks
- Dictionaries and Encyclopedia
- Novels, Hobbies and Leisure books
- Unused Notebooks and Exercise books
- Stationery
- Comics


- New or Used computers
- Laptops or Desktops (Windows, Apple or Linux)
- Flat screen Monitors and Digital Projectors
- Computer Accessories e.g. webcams, speakers etc
- Smartphones and Tablets (Apple, Android, E-Readers)
- Game consoles and accessories
- Cameras

Other Items

- Shoes ( New or Used paired Trainers and casual shoes) Smart and sports shoes)
- Toys (Lego and educational toys)
- Bags (Backpacks, Rucksacks, and School bags Duffel bags, suitcases and travelling bags, branded bags)

We don't Accept

- Equipment that is more than 10 years old
- Broken or damaged equipment
- Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS)

How we work

We apply to businesses and individuals seek donations of books, computers to support our programs. 

Pack your items

Using a cardboard.
Remember to use bubble wrap for fragile items and secure the boxes with tape.

Arrange a Collection or Drop-off appointment

Email us on to arrange a Collection by a courier or arrange drop off.



KCRF is a children’s charity that is registered both in Canada and Ghana. In Ghana, KCRF has a resource center that caters to children with disabilities. This resource center provides a range of services, including access to reading materials, special aids, and support for disabled children. Additionally, KCRF provides sanitary pads to girls to ensure that they are able to continue attending school during their menstrual cycle, which is an important step in reducing gender inequality.

Illiteracy is a significant issue in many parts of the world, particularly in developing countries. By partnering with KCRF, Humanics lab is taking a step towards addressing this issue. By providing access to technology and other resources, such as reading materials and special aids, the collaboration can help to promote literacy and education among children in Ghana.


Collaborating with Agoduapa Football Club is another positive step towards supporting young people in Ghana. By providing talented young footballers with a platform to hone their skills and reach their full potential, the football club is helping to promote a positive future for the youth in the region.

In addition to developing football skills, Agoduapa Football Club is also dedicated to nurturing young talent and developing well-rounded individuals both on and off the pitch. This is an important aspect of youth development, as it helps to instill values such as discipline, teamwork, and perseverance. These qualities can be applied to all areas of life and are important for success, not only in sports but also in education, career, and personal relationships.

Through this partnership, Humanics Lab can support the efforts of Agoduapa Football Club by providing resources and support to help develop the skills and potential of young footballers. This collaboration can also help to promote the importance of sports and physical activity for young people, which can have a positive impact on their physical and mental health.