The South Florida Digital Alliance
The South Florida Digital Alliance Inc. (SFDA) is a Nonprofit 501(c) (3) charitable foundation whose mission is to expand digital literacy and provide connectivity to all citizens regardless of income level, throughout South Florida.
In our global society, the development of technology skills has become a necessity for individuals seeking to excel in education, communications, and economic activities.
The South Florida Digital Alliance is an unprecedented collaboration of diverse South Florida entities representing government, healthcare, education, nonprofit organizations and the private sector. Our shared goal is to increase South Florida’s economic competitiveness through the support of digital literacy programs and the elimination of the “digital divide”, especially in the underserved areas of our community.
There are 19 Technology Learning Centers (public access to computers & internet) throughout Miami-Dade & Broward Counties. Please click below for a map of locations:
The SFDA is a nonprofit organization that relies on the generous financial and in-kind support from our local community; helping to facilitate our public programs and initiatives.
Our core initiatives by the numbers:
- REBOOT INITIATIVE | 1910 Computers placed into community
- LEVEL-UP INITIATIVE | 430 Laptops loaned for community programs
- LEVEL-UP INITIATIVE | 912 Participants in our community training programs
- Technology Learning Centers (TLCs) | 16 Centers with 164 Computers
Join the SFDA
With your help we will indeed be able to connect our community to a brighter future. Our organization is in need of:
An expanded network of interns to assist in refurbishing equipment and implementing public, community technology learning centers.
Volunteers from technology service companies
And most importantly, additional funding in the form of corporate sponsorships, grants and donations to offset connectivity, hardware, maintenance and support costs.
The SFDA’s mission is to assist all of South Florida’s residents in leveraging technology to create economic, educational, and social opportunites..
James E Osteen
Bridging the digital divide in South Florida is important to me because technology is the ‘silver bullet’ to improving our local economy.
Imagine if your access to the digital world of online shopping, travel reservations, job applications, email, …, was shut off. Your life would be more difficult, expensive, inconvenient, and limited. Many people in South Florida lack the opportunities…Peter Korinis