Reboot's mission is to repair and recycle non-working computers, donating them to families, organizations or individuals who would otherwise lack access to technology.

This additionally keeps thousands of pounds of e-waste out of recycling centers and landfills, helping solve another major current issue.

Starting in 2017, Westchester County, NY middle-school student Sam Nadol began repairing computers as a hobby. In 2018, he partnered with a 501(c)(3) organization working to open a school for girls in Haiti, providing them with enough laptops for their start-up efforts. Throughout that year and the next, he donated desktop systems to individuals in need throughout Westchester County, NY.

In 2020, he was awarded a Hogg Grant by his high school to scale up these efforts into what is now Reboot. In addition to individual donations, Reboot has partnered with the towns of New Castle, Bedford and South Salem to source non-working computers, parts and peripherals. If you have items you'd like to donate, click on the GIVE button to get in touch.

We have partnered with several organizations to reach individuals in need and welcome others to reach out using the GET tab to determine if we have a system that meets your needs.


Sam Nadol

Founder, CEO, Chief Repairman, Board Member

Sam is the founder and current CEO of Reboot. He started fixing and donating computers to people in need back in 2018, and was able to scale up his efforts significantly in 2020 to create Reboot. Currently, Sam is a junior and outside of school, Sam is interested in learning about rocket dynamics and building his own inventions. Once he gets out of college, he would like to work in the private-sector of space exploration.

Jake Nadol

Communications and PR

Jake is a high school student and joined Reboot in the summer of 2022.

Joey Nadol

Board Member

Joey is a board member and formerly managed communications at Reboot.