|Association For Community Networking - An educational nonprofit corporation dedicated to fostering and supporting "Community Networking" -- community-based creation and provision of appropriate technology services.|
Benton Foundation - Best Practices Toolkit - Tools and tips to help make effective use of information technologies.
Bridges.org - Researches, tests, and promotes best practices for sustainable, empowering use of information and communication technology (ICT).
CharityFocus.org - Provides opportunity for volunteers to give freely of their time and talents, without any expectation of material gain. CharityFocus volunteers build web solutions for nonprofit organizations.
Charles River Public Internet Center - The mission of the Charles River Public Internet Center is to narrow the dramatic and growing gaps in computer knowledge, access and literacy in American society.
Compleat Angler - Free fundraising software by SchoolBench, fundraising consultants.
Computer Access Center (CAC) - A nonprofit organization serving children and adults with disabilities
Consistent Computer Bargains - CCB is a national leader in representing nonprofits with special pricing programs since 1991 and is proud to continue their commitment by providing technology solutions and support at a discount from the industryís leading vendors, helping you to carry out your mission more efficiently and affordably.
CTCNet - National nonprofit membership organization of more than 1000 community technology centers where people get free or low-cost access to computers, Internet access and computer literacy resources.
Digital Divide Network (DDN) - The Benton Foundation's DDN offers a range of information, tools and resources that help practitioners stay on top of digital divide developments.
Digital Divide Solutions/Hispanic Research Center at Arizona State - Digital divide information clearinghouse with many links to valuable research and resources.
Digital Freedom Institute - Assists institutions and communities of color in taking advantage of the digital opportunities that exist in the burgeoning 21st century information technology world.
Generations On Line - Generations On Line is a specially designed Web-based software program that helps people over 65 teach themselves the Internet - for libraries, senior centers, nursing homes and retirement communities.
Grameen Technology Center - The Grameen Technology Center, an initiative of Grameen Foundation USA, works to eliminate poverty by leveraging the power of micro credit and technology.
HandsNet - Empowering organizations to integrate effective online communication strategies.
IndianTech.org - An information clearinghouse for Indian Nations attempting to bridge the digital divide in their communities.
InfoLine: Project Connect - Info Line, Inc. developed Project Connect to assist area non-profit organizations in upgrading their technology capabilities and utilizing their resources more effectively.
Morino Institute - Reston, Virginia-based nonprofit organization that explores the opportunities and risks of the Internet and the New Economy to advance social change.
ONE/Northwest (Online Networking for the Environment) - Connect to the conservation movementís technology success stories.
PBS/Digital Divide - A PBS series which shines a light on the role computers play in widening social gaps throughout our society, particularly among young people.
Progressive Technology Project - Seeks to strengthen community based social change efforts and increase public participation by under-represented communities by exploring and supporting the effective use of information technology.
Recycles.Org - Computer recycling, education and reuse for nonprofits. Online discussions on
social and environmental issues around recycling.
SeniorNet - Provides adults who are 50+ years old access to and education about computer technology and the Internet to enhance their lives and enable them to share their knowledge and wisdom.
Share the Technology - A National computer donation database -- Find donors and donation seekers in your local area.
Technology Training Foundation of America (TTFA) - TTFA's Computer Donation Program provides public/private partnerships that help bridge the "digital divide" and create wider opportunities for underserved communities.
TechSoup.org - One-stop resource for nonprofits to find technology assistance, including software, hardware, and technology planning.
The Digital Equity Toolkit - Points educators, teacher education faculty and professional developers to free resources that help reduce the digital divide in classrooms and communities.
VolunteerMatch - Thousands of volunteer opportunities online. Utilizes the power of the Internet to help find volunteer opportunities nationwide.