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SDFF's first Girls Who Code Club is open to all 9th and 10th graders.
Mark you calendar on November 17th, 2016 from 3:00pm-4:30pm.
To sign up please contact Alejandra Solorzano via email at alejandra@sdfutures.org or call 619-269-1684 ext. 211

About us

Our mission at San Diego Futures Foundation is to improve lives in San Diego County by making information technology available to underserved populations by providing technology equipment, training, support, IT outsourcing, and digital media services to nonprofit organizations, disadvantaged small businesses, low-income households, people with disabilities, and seniors. SDFF is working hard to bridge the digital divide in our community.

Computers

We offer a wide range of refurbished hardware, from desktops and laptops to monitors and printers.
Begin the the process by selecting one of the following options:

Services

We equip organizations like yours throughout San Diego with the tools and support necessary to reach and engage your audience.  We take care of your technology needs so you can worry less and do more.

Training

Each of our training programs are designed for specific audiences and varying levels of technical skills. Our instructors strive to provide you with an environment that fosters learning and growth but more than that to support and help you achieve your goals.

Choose a training that best fits your needs:

Get Involved

San Diego Futures Foundation programs and services helps thousands of San Diegans gain access to training and equipment -- and they depend on the generosity of supporters like you through time, commitment and donation.

Latest News

  • Assistive Technology Program Press Release

    According to the 2012 American Community Survey (ACS) 5-year study, over 700,000 legally blind individuals reside in California, with only 37.7% of working age adults gainfully employed. Not to mention, approximately 31.2% of legally blind people live in poverty (ACS …
  • Improve your technology through our new Tech Fund!

    Our October e-newsletter has been emailed out. In it we introduce a brand new staff member, new programs, and an opportunity that makes technology services more accessible to nonprofits. If you missed it you can still view and share it …
  • Top Tech Execs Recognize SDFF’s Gary Nimtz

    The 2016 Small Nonprofit Top Tech Exec is a senior information technology director who supports not only his own organization, but also the technological needs of more than 200 nonprofit agencies that depend on his IT prowess to provide vital …

Contact

We are at the corner of El Cajon Boulevard & 43rd Street, in the Dede Alpert Center for Community Engagement. (the building is beige with red brick and dark grey pillars in front).

Phone and Fax
Phone:(619)269-1684
Fax:(619)269-3471
TTY:(877) 789-5832

Office Hours
Monday - Friday 8AM to 5PM