Computers for Schools
is not just for schools.
It's for any school, library, not-for-profit organization and Aboriginal community that:
- offers services to improve computer or digital literacy
- provides services to improve job seeking and workplace skills
- offers services to disadvantaged groups or to those affected by the digital divide
How the program works
If you believe you're eligible:
- Contact your local CFS representative.
- They will contact you to go over your needs. Note: Equipment is given on a first-come first-served basis.
- When equipment is ready for shipment, you are contacted to make arrangements for pick-up or delivery.
For more information about the process, contact your local CFS representative.
About the Computers for Schools program
Computers for Schools (CFS) refurbishes donated computers and distributes them to schools, libraries, not-for-profit organizations and Aboriginal communities across Canada. Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada leads this program for the federal government, working with provincial and territorial governments, not-for profit organizations as well as the private and volunteer sectors.
In Digital Canada 150, the Government's plan to guide Canada's digital future, the Government committed to ensuring that students have easy access to the digital tools they need to learn the skills for tomorrow. CFS is a key initiative that helps the Government deliver on this commitment.
Learn more about the program