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Computers For Kids is a registered charity comprised that recycles and refurbishes hardware for youth in Windsor and Essex County. They refurbish various devices including phones, computers, and peripheral computer hardware like keyboards, computer mice, and speakers.
City of Kitchener
The City of Kitchener's Tech Connects program is designed to help older adults access devices and improve their digital literacy skills and they offer both tech lending and introductory courses on software and devices. Courses are offered on both an in-person and remote basis and registered program members can take out iPads and Chromebooks for 30-day lending periods.
The Council is an Indigenous-led organization that approaches the digital economy through Indigenous sovereignty. They serve all First Nations in British Columbia prioritizing access to digital tools and training. They have multiple program offerings that advance students from foundational digital skills to professional level development including web development and network technician
Swift Rural Broadband is a non-profit munipally-led project to improve internet connectivity in Southwestern Ontario. Swift has partnered with 20 different ISPs to bring internet connectivity to underserved communities across Southwestern Ontario. They have mapped their projects and include a toolkit for ISPs looking to submit Requests for Proposals (RFP)
The Electronic Recycling Association donates devices to non-profit organizations, charities, educational institutions and care facilities.
Computers with Pride are a Toronto computer repair service and sales, that is geared towards 2S-LGBTQ+ communities. They offer drop off, on-site, and remote support. They service and sell both Macs and PCs.
Dig-IT provides devices, data, and technical support along with digital learning courses to older Canadian everywhere. The program also provides volunteer support and digital literacy resources to help users navigate the internet and their device.
Toronto Free‑Net is a community-run organization that provides telecommunications and Internet services. Serving people in the GTA since 1994, we offer reliable and affordable Internet access, email addresses, and VOIP telephone services.
reBOOT Canada is a registered charity incorporated in Ontario in 1995. They help to make the internet and digital tools accessible to under-served communities and individuals across Canada.