|4:10 Ministries||4:10 Ministries||
The Mission of 4:10 Ministries is to assist low income families with technical services such as providing low cost computers and basic classes on smartphones and computers. 4:10 Ministries will also fix computers, smartphones, tablets at a reduced price for low income families. 1 Peter 4:10 “As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God’s varied grace.”
4:10 Ministries (also know as 4:10 Tech Service) also aims to start up local computer labs with ministries and other non-profits, partnering with these computer labs to teach members of the community about computers (programming, hardware, software, etc).
|Alianza de lideres Mexicanos y Americanos||ALMA Facebook page||
ALMA is a non-profit community based organization, with multiple services ranging from health support, education, culture and dedicated to the betterment and empowerment of the Oxnard, California community.
This includes online classes to teach Spanish literacy to adults. Future plans include a technology drop-in center along with a re-furbished computer project.
On a broader scale, efforts are ongoing to work with libraries and community centers to develop Technology Drop-In Centers aimed at proving access to online information and courses for low-income families, primarily in Latino neighborhoods.
Fund raising and grant writing will be the major source of financial support for these programs.
|AZ StRUT||AZ StRUT (Students Recycling Used Technology)||
|Community Computer Connection||www.c3-colorado.org/||
Community Computer Connection, an official Microsoft Registered Refurbisher, has provided access to technology to the underserved communities of Colorado since 2000. Over the many years, Community Computer Connection has refurbished and distributed thousands of computers to schools and nonprofit organizations. Over 30% of our computer systems go to youth and families in Colorado.
Community Computer Connection receives donations of used computer equipment from local corporations, organizations, and individuals. Our team fully refurbishes and distributes them to charities, schools and low income families for an administrative fee. The computers we refurbish come complete with licensed Windows operating systems and additional software. The computers are used to establish or upgrade community technology centers, improve administrative operations, and support “Learn and Earn” programs that award students a computer for completing technical training.
Education and training is a vital part of our program. We have established partnerships with local colleges in the Front Range area which incorporate work study students to assist us in the refurbishment process. Students who participate with our program are able to earn money to towards their school expenses as well as gain hands on work experience that contributes to their professional skills.
CompUDopt aims to provide technology access and education to underserved youth in the greater Houston area. We have three core programs including our Computer Adoption Program which gives refurbished computers from companies overhauling their technology to children who don’t have computers at home, After School Program which leverages technology to teach about STEAM fields and our high school Learn2Earn program which introduces students to hardware and software engineering and rewards them with a refurbished laptop at the end of the program.
|Computers 4 Kids||Computers for Kids||
Located in West Sacramento, Computers 4 Kids (C4K) operates in response to our region’s need for the development of technical abilities and the promotion of improved educational outcomes. Our region’s students and the community in which we reside are our priority!
C4K has made available free and/or low cost desktops and laptops for students in the Washington Unified School District (WUSD) and the Los Rios Community College district (LRCCD) with ongoing support!
1) Eligibility is determined by student participation in Federal Student Aid, State Board of Governor Waiver programs, and any form of public assistance.
2) Referrals can be made via email from the C4K designated contact at each campus.
C4K also provides paid technical internships to students in the LRCCD. As a technical intern, the student will strengthen their abilities in client contact soft skills, computer architecture, hardware repair and replacement, software installation and upgrades, basic PC maintenance, in addition to gaining interpersonal relations communication skills.
“Improving academic success one student at a time”
|Computers to SD Kids||www.c2sdk.org||
C2SDK believes all children and their families in San Diego, regardless of their economic status, need to be computer literate and have equal access to technology and the crucial educational, occupational, and financial resources that technology can provide to improve their educational options and their futures.
Economic barriers to technology hinder the growth and development of low-income families and perpetuate poverty. C2SDK responds to this digital disparity and the real-world demand for computer literacy through its Technology Assistance Program that recycles and refurbishes used computers and delivers them to families in need. C2SDK also provides each recipient with education, training and technical support necessary to achieve success.
|Connected Nation||Connected Nation||
Connected Nation has been committed to provide extensive broadband planning services for communities and states for more than ten years. These services ranging from comprehensive broadband mapping to public policy language. Connected Nation has a number of services to serve communities and its citizens.
Connected Nation promotes digital literacy by joining together public and private partners in programs that help vulnerable populations overcome top barriers to technology adoption – broadband awareness, technology training, computer ownership, and subscription affordability.
|Digital Bridge||Digital Bridge||
Digital Bridge is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to connecting underserved communities with digital resources they would otherwise not be able to access or afford, turning technology destined for the landfill into tools of empowerment.
They take used assets from local businesses, schools, organizations, and individuals to provide affordable technology to low-income households and non-profits.
By partnering with local non-profits to set up computer labs, distribute computer, and provide affordable technology , they ensure that each project is sustainable and reaches those in need.
Ed Tech of WNY is an all-volunteer organization based in Buffalo NY. We enrich the lives of children by improving access to modern computer technology. The organization sets-up and installs or configures reliable networks, WiFi, computers, smartboards, servers and other types of technology for community centers, schools, or non-profits. We have “Ed Tech Days” where we spend at least 8 hrs. on site replacing and improving the technology at the site.