Computers and Technology Grants & Foundations
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Acclinet Technology Grant
Acclinet, an independent reseller of Sun Microsystems equipment, offers donated Sun servers, Sun workstations, Sun storage solutions and other hardware to those learning and teaching UNIX and open source technologies and nonprofit organizations dedicated to childrens issues.
Adobe Systems, Inc.Software Donation Program
Adobe is pleased to support primary and secondary schools (U.S. K–12) and qualified nonprofit organizations/NGOs with donations of our latest version software. Adobe’s Software Donation Program allows schools and nonprofits/NGOs to request a maximum of four (4) software packages per year.
Cable and Wireless Company Community Involvement
Working in partnership with local groups to ensure that our contribution meets their needs, we support a range of initiatives worldwide. Our focus is on international projects that promote the understanding of communications through training and education. As part of our commitment to closing the ‘digital divide’, we look to assist people and communities who are at risk of exclusion from the world of technology–enabled opportunity.
Computer for Schools - Canada
The Computer for Schools program is a joint initiative of the Government of Canada, the Government of Manitoba, and the Manitoba Telecom Pioneers. Our purpose is to recycle surplus computer equipment to benefit schools, libraries, literacy, volunteer groups and Community Access sites located in Manitoba.
Computer Recycling Center
Computers & Education has an effective computer re–use program, providing refurbished computers to public schools and community nonprofits. Computers & Education and Computer Recycling Corporation serves northern and central California through programs in Sunnyvale (Silicon Valley), San Francisco, and Santa Rosa, and serves Southern California through its partnership with Building Horizons.
Computers for Charity - UK
Computers for Charity is a non–profitmaking organisation whose aim is to promote access to, and use of, Information Technology by community groups. We achieve our aim by recycling computer systems donated by industry thereby helping to close the loop and reduce waste. Please note that we no longer build new systems.
Computers for Learning
Computers for Learning (CFL) places computers in our classrooms and prepares our children to contribute and compete in the 21st century. This CFL website connects the registered needs of schools and educational nonprofit organizations with computer equipment made available free of charge from government agencies and the private sector.
Computers for Youth
Computers for Youth inspires low–income children to become more engaged in their learning so they can succeed in school and become life–long learners. Our focus is on children’s learning environment at home and its connection to what happens in the classroom. CFY’s goal is to expand our innovative, low–cost program throughout New York City and to replicate it elsewhere.
The Tech Mobile is our first project. This is a mobile Computer classroom that teaches basic computer skills to the underserved. The ultimate objective of Tech Mobile is to rectify and augment the academic viability of inner city youth, adults, seniors and the disabled, through computer training and literacy. Through our operating Tech Mobile, CG will close the technology gap.
The Foundation supports a wide range of programs that benefit children newborn to 18 years of age in Dell’s principle US locations, and welcomes proposals from non–profit organizations that address the health and human services, the education, and the technology access for youth.
Foundation for Rural Education and Development
The Foundation for Rural Education and Development (FRED) is a 501 (c)(3) charitable foundation located in Washington, D.C. and affiliated with the Organization for the Promotion and Advancement of Small Telecommunications Companies (OPASTCO). FRED’s mission is to promote activities that improve rural educational, social and economic conditions.
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HP has made contributions with particular emphasis on advancing education and promoting entrepreneurship. Since 2001, we have invested nearly $246 million. Technology can be a powerful catalyst in transforming learning by giving teachers and students new ways to explore, share and connect beyond the traditional boundaries of the classroom. HP assists institutions and organizations that are applying technology in creative ways to engage secondary and higher…
HP Technology for Teaching Grant Initiative
The HP Technology for Teaching Grant Initiative is designed to support the innovative use of mobile technology in K–16 education, and to help identify K–12 public schools and two– and four–year colleges and universities that HP might support with future grants. Based on the outcomes of the projects funded through this initiative in 2008, HP may offer some grant recipients additional, higher–value grants in 2008.
Intel Computer Donations
Intel Corporate Affairs manages the contribution of used computers to accredited schools and/or community–based non–profit organizations at Intel United States sites where the company has a major presence. At many sites, all available used systems are donated to schools or non–profit organizations which provide training to students who evaluate, repair and refurbish donated computers. Once refurbished, the computers are used in local scho…
Intuit forms collaborative relationships with targeted nonprofits to make a deeper and more lasting impact on social issues. We provide Intuit software to qualifying nonprofits to support financial literacy, small business development or nonprofit operations.
Microsoft Community Affairs
Through monetary grants, software, technology solutions, curriculum donations, and employee volunteer hours, Microsoft supports numerous projects and organizations to expand opportunities through technology access and training.
Mobile Application Development
Enterprise mobility solutions from InterraIT focuses on the technology that, handles increasing lay out of mobile devices.
New England Technology Foundation
The Boston–based New England Technology Foundation is an all–volunteer organization that supports grassroots charities that benefit children through social, medical, and educational programs. The foundation awards grants to deserving children’s charities throughout New England. Applicants must have tax–exempt 501(c)(3) status
One Laptop per Child Foundation
The OLPC Foundation’s mission is to stimulate local grassroots initiatives designed to enhance and sustain over time the effectiveness of XO laptops as learning tools for children living in lesser–developed countries.
Per Scholas is a nonprofit organization founded by a consortium of foundations and corporations that brings computers to low–income children and families at the lowest possible cost, trains community residents to gain employment as computer technicians and provides environmentally responsible recycling of end–of–life computer equipment.
Tellap Toner Solutions
Understanding the needs of Non–profit organizations is a major objective of Tellap Toner Solutions. Setting up an account for discounted rates is simple for your organization. We offer Non–Profit discounts for toner cartridges for all 501c3 organizations.
OCR–IT LLC is providing services with experience of many years teams over the text recognition with the scalable platform. Our development team is standing by to assist with the best recognition result. Fax now to 408228–0620 for any querry.
TechFoundation is a Cambridge–based, nonprofit organization that delivers technology, expertise and capital to help nonprofit organizations serve humanity.
Universal Service Fund
The Schools and Libraries Program of the Universal Service Fund makes discounts available to eligible schools and libraries for telecommunication services, Internet access, and internal connections. The program is intended to ensure that schools and libraries have access to affordable telecommunications and information services.
visit card design
Professionally developed free card maker software that allows user to make quality id cards and labels in different design formats.Professionals offer label design software which allows user to generate high quality colorful labels in minimal time.
WebComm Grant Application
Social Mission Web Host is offering a service–only grant valued at 5000 USD. The grant provides a block of consulting time –50 hours– that will allow a nonprofit to get no–cost assistance with their Web site & communications needs. It covers anything related to Web design, Web development, training, Internet marketing, communications, and or consulting.
ZeroDivide was founded in 1998 as a result of the groundbreaking advocacy work and coalition building of 134 community organizations during the merger of two telecommunications companies, Pacific Bell and SBC Communications. Since our inception, almost $50 million has been invested through us through a combination of investments to provide solutions to community–building barriers such as: Lack of access to technology, Inability to use technology, Lac…