Computers for Schools (CFS) was co-founded in 1993 by Industry Canada and the TelecomPioneers of Canada, a national volunteer association of active and retired telecommunications professionals. The initiative is led by the federal government and operates through partnerships with a network of not-for-profit organizations, federal departments, provincial and territorial governments, the private sector, schools, school boards and the volunteer sector.

The CFS program refurbishes and delivers technology and training donated by government organizations, private businesses and individuals. The program works in support of digital inclusion and economic participation by youth, seniors, low-income Canadians, new Canadians, First Nations, Metis and Inuit peoples, and other eligible beneficiaries.

Since 1993, the CFS program has delivered more than 1.5 million computers at little or no cost.

Organizations that want to receive or donate technology can contact the CFS program in their province or territory. Select your province or territory below to leave the CFSC site and visit your CFS program.