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  • 2M Center: The 2M Center is a technology and cultural center whose aim is to educate and strengthen neighborhoods through technology with a focus on youth and families. Addressing digital divide issues through creative youth programming, advocacy and training.
  • Air-Stream: A nonprofit organization formed to enable creation of a wireless community network in Adelaide (South Australia) and provides members with the capability to use video conferencing, computer support and file sharing.
  • Alliance for Community Technology (ACT): A strategic partnership between the W. K. Kellogg Foundation and the University of Michigan through its new School of Information. The mission of the ACT is to lead in advancing the use of computing and communication technology globally to serve people (to help people help themselves) through community serving organizations.
  • Alliance for Public Technology: A coalition of public interest groups and individuals whose goal is to foster broad access to affordable, usable information, communication services and technology for disadvantaged communities.
  • Another Byte: Computer recycling, education and reuse for nonprofits. Online discussions on social and environmental issues around recycling. Building a network of non-profit recyclers, donors, volunteers, and others.
  • Athena Alliance: An organization dedicated to public education on the emerging global information economy. Deals with challenges posed by technology on the problems of communities-left-behind and at risk through workshops, research activities, publications, reports and public education activities.
  • CLUE Linux Centre: Established by the Canadian Linux Users' Exchange (CLUE), the CLUE Linux Centre is the world's first permanent Linux centre. A nonprofit, community organization, it provides computers to students and is a showcase and research centre for all things Linux.
  • California Technological Care: An organization dedicated to combating computer illiteracy and bridging the digital divide. Computer learning centers are provided to California communities.
  • Campus - Community - Corporate Partnership: CCC Partnership is a consortium of organizations dedicated to providing computer access and training, Internet connectivity, and technical support services. Includes activities that support youth and parents obtaining educational opportunities to eliminate the digital divide.
  • Center for Computer Redistribution, Inc.: A nonprofit volunteer organization refurbishing donated personal computers to be given away free to persons disabled or disadvantaged. Working to improve their quality of life by utilizing technological resources of the community.
  • Central Valley Digital Network: The digital network provides provides access, resources, and assists in building the technology infrastructure of selected organizations and agencies.
  • Community IT Innovators (CITI): Community IT Innovators, located in Washington, DC, is a company that specializes in using technology creatively in support of nonprofit organizations. They provide web, database, network support and technology planning services.
  • Community Technology Center Network: A national association of more than 1000 diverse community technology centers. CTCNet helps its members enhance their services by providing technical assistance and facilitating collaborative relationships at the grassroots level.
  • Community Technology Foundation of California: Social justice, equity, and access through community technology and diverse social change initiatives in underserved communities.
  • CompuCorps Mentoring: Recruits computer volunteers as mentors to help nonprofits with their computers and the internet. They are also developing virtual mentoring pilots to support nonprofits with internet tools.
  • CompuMentor: A nonprofit technical assistance `group` helping volunteers, schools, and nonprofits work together to solve computer problems. Information about the services for volunteers, nonprofits, and schools.
  • Computer Aid International: Computer Aid recycles unwanted computers from Britain for use in schools and community organisations in developing countries.
  • Computer Angels Inc.: A volunteer organization which aims to make technology accessible promoting and encouraging computer literacy throughout the community in West Australian to make practical use of information and communications technologies.
  • Computer Researchers Association in the Philippines: The CRAP Organization is a non-profit organization that provides training programs and educational activities powered by Computer Generalist students in different schools and places.
  • Computers Assisting People: Refurbishes and repairs donated computer equipment, and then provides it, free of charge, to non-profit organizations in the Cleveland area.
  • Computers For Charities: Computers for Charities operates educational projects in schools to vocational projects in Prisons. Computers are recycled, used or sold to for fundraising.
  • Computers In Our Future: a project of community technology centers aimed to increase access to computer technology, teach marketable skills to area youth and enhance job placement opportunities.
  • Confluence: Confluence provides technology support services exclusively to nonprofit organizations.
  • Digital Divide Network: A portal developed to foster an environment in which strategic integration of digital divide initiatives is possible with nonprofits and governments.
  • Digital Empowerment: A collaboration of non profit organizations and government officials focused on supporting federal programs that address the digital divide.
  • Digital Links International - IT For Development: A charity that provides affordable access to technology for people in developing countries through the responsible recycling of computer hardware and training.
  • Digital Partners India: A non profit institution that uses the digital society to improve the quality of life of others. These programs include an e-health initiative, social venture fund, and social entreprenuership.
  • Digital Promise: Digital Promise is a non-profit dedicated to promoting and expanding access to computer technology in low-income housing communities.
  • Digital Sisters: A technology social service agency focused on promoting and providing technology education and enrichment for young girls and women who are traditionally underserved. Providing programs including financial literacy, parenting, basics of self sufficiency.
  • Empowerment Through Learning Information Technology: eLIT is a non profit organization that teaches basic computing skills to socially  and economically disadvantaged women and children.
  • FamilyNet International Inc.: A `resource` for independent Baptist Churches. A BBS resource, internet access and utilities. Free Bible correspondence courses are offered in additon to other online services.
  • Firebaugh Computer Learning Center: The computer learning center has bilingual staff that provide access to computers, classes in English and Spanish, and volunteer opportunities.
  • First Baptist Church Computer C.A.F.E.: An organization that seeks to spread technological knowledge and empowerment to church members and the community through technology training.
  • Foundation IWith.org: This foundation utilizes information technologies as a tool to aid progress and development in various countries. Some examples are to bring education to remote locations, expand and enhance medical resources and research capacity.
  • Free Geek: A Portland based non profit that provides free computers and education to those in need through the reuse and recycling of old computers in exchange for community service.
  • FreeCycle Computers: A non profit organization that accepts donated computers, refurbishes them and gives them to low income families.
  • Geeks Without Borders: A nonprofit that provides recycled computers, training and tech-support to educators, community leaders and medical personnel.
  • International Technology Project (ITP): A nonprofit organization under the auspices of the El Camino Fund. Its mission is to collect and redistribute discarded computer technology to third world locations and to immigrants to the USA, provide education and training, and build partnerships with other organizations.
  • Internet Education Foundation: Non-profit organization dedicated to educating the public and policymakers about the potential of a decentralized global Internet to promote democracy, communications, and commerce.
  • KITE, Inc.: Keys to Information, Technology, and Education: Keys to Information, Technology, and Education (KITE) offers computer hardware, free software/open source software, technical training and other resources for community development organizations in the Third World.
  • Kids Computer Workshop: A non profit that provides technology training to at-risk youth. They teach computer literacy and use technology to support academic enrichment.
  • Linux-Aktivaattori: A Finnish based non-profit aimed at promoting the use of Linux at home and work through organizing various events.
  • Los Angeles Technology Connection: a non profit dedicated to closing the gap in access to technology for all people and to promote equitable participation in the digital technology industry. Supports diversity initiatives in technology.
  • Making the Connection: The 2004 National Summit for Community Wireless Networks: A community wireless networking summit to connect technologists and policy people to serve communities.
  • Mr. Kenyada's Neighborhood, Inc.: Its "PCs to the People" program provides free used computers to disadvantaged African American children, and teaches basic computer skills to seniors.
  • NPower: Helping non-profits use technology to further their own missions. NPower focuses on providing consulting, training and volunteer services, and it also provides an assortment of non-profit technology resources.
  • National Cristina Foundation: Charitable organization that directs donations of used and surplus computer technology to non profits and public agencies throughout the United States and globally.
  • National Technology Recycling Project: A nonprofit that promotes technology recycling, education and protecting the environment. Also includes resources for nonprofits, computer recycling organizations and computer tips.
  • National Urban Technology Center: Focused on providing technology access and education for youth and adults in underserved communities, this nonprofit promotes learning, academic performance, and workforce preparation.
  • Networks And Development Foundation: A non-governmental organization dedicated to the dissemination of new information and communication technologies (NICT) in developing countries, especially in Latin America and the Caribbean.
  • Nexus Technology: Christian initiative that tries to help low-income children, families, and communities use technology. Includes information, research, resources, and a newsletter.
  • Non-Profit Technology Assistance Centers: A collaborative campus-community partnership to help nonprofits of southwest Michigan achieve their goals through effective use of technology.
  • ONE/Northwest - Online Networking for The Environment: ONE/Northwest is a non-profit supporting the environment and grass roots organizations through the use of technology.
  • Onit Foundation: Offers computer education by providing computer ownership to low-income families with students in grades K-12 within the United States.
  • OverDriven Performance: A non-profit programming organization of students who's goal is to make games that will help impact lives.
  • PC4 Explorers: A California nonprofit that provides inner-city children and their families with computers and training to improve their educational opportunities.
  • Positive Transitions Learning Center: Provides high risk youth and low income adults with computer literacy skills in San Bernardino County.
  • Progressive Technology Project: Seeks to raise the scope and scale of technology resources available to grassroots organizations working for progressive social change.
  • Public Technology, Inc.: Non-profit national technology organization dedicated to furthering the use of technology in both cities and counties, for both elected officials and professional managers.
  • Romania Virtuala: A non-profit virtual organization whose main purpose is to propagate the use of the internet throughout Romania and Romanian speaking communities.
  • San Diego Futures Foundation: The Foundation provides computer donations and technical services to improve the futures of San Diego County's underserved kids, teens, seniors, veterans, disabled, and other community members.They also provide access to technology resources and training.
  • Services to Software: Joint initiative, non-profit organisation, to help software developers do better.
  • Sibelius Road Web Academy: A web academy developed to help improve ICT and key skills in a modern computer facility in Hull, funded by the EC and Sydneysmith School to provide training for all within the local community.
  • Southern Maryland Applied Research and Technology Consortium, Inc. (SMARTCO): Recycles and donates computer equipment to those without means to afford them.
  • Sustain IT: A non profit research centre that conducts research on, and provides best practice examples of using technology for sustainable development in communities.
  • Teaming for Technology: Technology resources for nonprofit organizations in the Philadelphia region, including a directory of technology service providers.
  • TechFoundation: Technology philanthropy for nonprofits. Grant information, IT seminars, discount software and other resources aimed at bridging the digital divide for nonprofits.
  • Technology Access Foundation: A nonprofit organization that works with both youth and adults in computer training.
  • Technology for Churches: Online `resource` for finding ways to use technology for church services. A Technology and media guide for churches.
  • Technology for Social Change: Based in Boston's Roxbury neighborhood this non profit provides recycled computers, services of skilled volunteers, and computer training to nonprofit groups in Massachusetts and around the world.
  • The Association for Community Networking: An educational organization dedicated to fostering and supporting "community networking" by assisting and connecting people, organizations, encouraging research and influencing policy.
  • The Computer Technology Documentation Project: A `group` of volunteers working to provide documentation for learning and reference for various technologies. Also this organization helps to make technical educational materials available to those who cannot afford it.
  • World Summit Award: The World Summit on the Information Society, recognizing creative use of interactive digital media in content and diversity.
  • access4hope.org Eagle Idaho Computer Refurbisher: Recycled computers, software, and/or technology services are offered free to needy families. Website contains application form, donor and volunteer information.

 

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