K-12 Gadget Drive

From Sept. 18 through Oct. 2, Tulsa Area United Way (TAUW) will collect donations of tech accessories such as headphones, lap desks, computer mice, and surge protectors to support students who are distance learning.

While students have school issued laptops, some key tech accessories such as headphones will improve their distance learning experience, especially in homes and learning sites with multiple students.

The K-12 Gadget Drive is part of Tulsa Area United Way’s Days of Caring and is supported in partnership with The Opportunity Project, coordinated by Emerging Leaders Society, and sponsored by Bank of Oklahoma.

The drive will run for two weeks, with multiple sites around the community where people can drop off donations. These items will be distributed to students attending school virtually at select learning sites in the Tulsa area.


Tulsa Area United Way  1430 S. Boulder Ave
Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma  4810 S. 129th E. Ave
Energy One Federal Credit Union  6100 S. Yale Ave.



  • Headphones - TPS issued Chromebooks require a 3.5mm jack, headphones with microphones preferred
  • Lap desks
  • Computer mice
  • Surge Protectors

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