Intersectional risk factors should not be barriers to developing essential skills and accessing services. Since 1993, the Computers for Schools Plus (CFS+) program has delivered, at little or no cost, more than 1.7 million computers across Canada.
The CFS+ program provides classrooms and communities with the technology needed to participate in and contribute to today’s society – empowering Canadians through digital inclusion.
Corporate donors provide a third of the technology for the program. Organizations and individuals can donate technology to CFS+ and help provide tools and access for those who need them.