Computers are becoming popular charity items for needy families in Appalachia.
A Kentucky project called No Child Left Offline is creating interest in high-tech charity. The project refurbishes used government computers and gives them to children in the state's poorest counties.
In less than a year, 900 computers have been given to children in the Eastern half of the state. The government has another 500 to give away.
The state estimates about 215,000 children live in homes without computers.