San Francisco was one of the fortunate communities to be awarded a federal stimulus grant to help bridge the digital divide as part of the Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP). This program is a federally-funded initiative that offers broadband Internet access to seniors and adults with disabilities in San Francisco. Basic computer and Internet training classes are offered to stimulate broadband usage and adoption. Once the federal funding grant was drawing to an end, CLC helped organize the Keep Us Connected Campaign with current partners and the wider community and convinced the Mayor and Board of Supervisors to allocate $1.4 million to continue the program. More information about the over-all program and the list of new computer sites under development, go to www.sfconnected.info or call (415) 355‑3555. For Community Living Campaign computer labs and social media training, go visit the our calendar link or the most recent edition of our CLC newsletter, which is posted at www.sfcommunityliving.org. You will find a list of classes and open lab times at 360 Valencia Street as well as trainings we are offering around the city. You will also find links to other resources. To connect with the wider community of computer and technology training and support, go to www.ctnbayarea.org. You will find links to training sites, curriculum, and much much more. The Community Living Campaign is an organizational partner with the Bay Area Community Exchange Timebank, where people can exchange their time and talent. Join the BACE Timebank and you will find a great way to give and to get computer training and support. For more information or to sign up, go to www.bace.org.