California Emerging Technology Foundation (CETF)
Computer Help Days are part of CETF's Get Connected! Program. CETF provides leadership statewide to close the "Digital Divide" by accelerating the deployment and adoption of broadband to unserved and underserved communities and populations. CETF has selected Access Now to join a statewide coalition of groups working to increase Broadband Awareness and Adoption for the National Telecommunications Information Agency.
Community Technology Network, Bay Area
CTN is an advocate and catalyst for digital inclusion and literacy by providing training, mentorship, networking and volunteers to under-served communities. Access Now Computer Help Days utilize CTN Bay Area sites and volunteers.
ReliaTech, the nonprofit social enterprise of the Stride Center, is a leading provider of high quality, professional and affordable computer support throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. ReliaTech's services include in-store and on-site computer repair and support, scheduled support for small business and nonprofit organizations, and their own Gold Star Certified Renewed Computers. ReliaTech has stores in San Francisco, Oakland, Alameda, and San Pablo. Reliatech technicians and trainees provide valuable technical support services at Access Now Computer Help Day events.
The Stride Center
The Stride Center is a social venture nonprofit empowering economic self-sufficiency for individuals and communities in the San Francisco Bay Area. We are harnessing the power of technology to help men, women and families on the road to self-sufficiency and independence. The Stride Center is the proud fiscal sponsor of Access Now.
Additional Access Now Volunteers, Supporters and Partners:
Alameda County Computer Resource Center; BAYCAT; The BeeHive; Booker T. Washington Community Service Center; CALawHelp.org; Caminos Pathways Learning Center [defunct]; Chicana/Latina Foundation; Childhood Matters; City College; City Youth Now; Clean Slate Program; Community Technology Network Bay Area; Comcast; DCYF; Digital Connectors; EA Games; Edgewood Family Services; Episcopal Community Services; Full Circle Fund; Google; Government Services Administration (GSA); Hamilton Family Centers; IBM; Ketchum Public Relations employees; KQED; Latino Community Foundation; Learning Bee; Marshall High School PTSA; Meracki; Microsoft employees; Mission Housing; Mission Neighborhood Center; Monster.com; MyHousing.org; Netgear/ Skype; One Economy; Oracle employees; Network Ministries; OTX West; Photobucket.com employees; Radio Bilingue; ReliaTech; St. Anthony Foundation; Salesforce.com employees; SF Linux Users Group; SF Public Defenders office; SF Public Library; SF Rec and Parks; SF School Volunteers; SFUSD; SFSU Service Fraternity volunteers; Self-Help for the Elderly; Snapfish employees; Softchokice Employees; StreetTech; Sun Microsystems Employees; Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Center; Tenderloin Tech Lab; USF volunteers; Visitacion Valley Beacon Center; Wells Fargo eBus; Wells Fargo employees; Westside Court Housing Development; YouthNoise; Youth Policy Institute; and Ziproad.org.