Now, more than ever, people meet, work and conduct their day-to-day activities in digital spaces. So that means that more and more people require access to technology.
Since 1993, the CFS program has distributed, at little or no cost, more than 1.5 million computers in schools, libraries and non-profit organizations across Canada, providing millions of Canadians with that much needed access to technology and, in many cases, with training and workshops to develop their ability to use technology.
If you or someone you know is in need of technology or training, contact a non-profit community organization in your area and let them know about us. By connecting with the appropriate CFS provincial or territorial program, they could help you benefit from of the program.