There are many ways to realize one’s full potential in life. Sometimes all it takes is a little help. This section contains information about places and links that greatly aid you in finding a Tech Help Center right in your area.
Community Technology Centers CTCNet are national, non-profit membership organizations of more than 250 independent community technology centers where people get free or low-cost access to computers and computer-related technology, such as the Internet, together with learning opportunities that encourage exploration and discovery.
Powered by CompuMentor, one of the nation’s oldest and largest nonprofit technology assistance agencies, TechSoup.org offers nonprofits one-stop shopping for their technology needs.
While TechSoup is aimed at the 650,000 small to midsize nonprofits, we are confident that staff from larger nonprofits will find useful information here as well. TechSoup is committed to leveraging its strength as a community-wide portal for the benefit of the entire community.
Digital Divide Network
As a nonprofit leader in addressing the digital divide, the Benton Foundation serves as producer and coordinator of the Digital Divide Network.
DDN serves as a catalyst for developing new, innovative digital divide strategies and for making current initiatives more strategic, more partner-based and more outcome-oriented, with less duplication of effort and more learning from each others’ activities.