In 2010, C2SDK developed a community-based strategy to engage San Diego companies and individuals in meeting the technological needs of the more than 280,000 low-income families currently living without access to in home technology.
Within each community, C2SDK creates Collaboratives bringing together local businesses and individuals to identify and secure continuous computer resources and funding. By joining together, the community takes pride in knowing that what is collected within their neighborhoods is being distributed to low-income families that shop in their stores and attend their schools. Although new collaborations are still being identified, to date Collaboratives have been established in the following regions:
- East County Collaborative—East County Chamber of Commerce, California Welcome Center in Alpine, Viejas Enterprises, Barona Casino and Resort, Sycuan Casino, Armed Services YMCA, Grossmont School District, Mountain Empire School District, Santee School District, Alpine School District, and Cox Communications;
- Central San Diego—Sharp Hospital, Waxie Sanitary Supplies, Torrey Pines Bank, Silvergate Bank, SeaWorld, San Diego Convention Center, ProvideCommerce, Mission Federal Credit Union, San Diego City Schools, G.S. Levine Insurance, Bumble Bee Foods, Booz Allen Hamilton, Armed Services YMCA, Barney & Barney LLC, Banco Popular, SDSU Mentor Center, Casa Familiar, Alliance For African Assistance, ACT San Diego, AJA Project, Cricket Wireless, International Rescue Committee, Coalition of Neighborhood Councils, Just In Time For Foster Youth, MCRD San Diego, USD STEP Program, and Cox Communications;
- North County Collaborative—Voices For Children, Education Enrichment Systems Inc, Family Recover Center in Oceanside, Just in Time For Foster Youth, Armed Services YMCA, Abraxas High School, County Office of Education, City of Oceanside Housing Program, San Diego County Foster Youth Program, San Diego County Child Welfare Services, Vista Education Foundation, Vista Chamber of Commerce, Pala Casino, Sony Electronics, Bonsall Union School District, and Cox Communications;
- South Bay Collaborative—South County Economic Development Council, City of Chula Vista Department of Public Works, City of Chula Vista Environmental Services Division, City of Chula Vista Conservation Division, Otay Ranch Towne Center, Armed Services YMCA, High Tech High, South Bay Family YMCA, and Cox Communications.
- Unlimited Access—San Diego County Office of education, Qualcomm’s Wireless Reach Program, One Economy, the County Office of Education, Santee School District, Santee School District Foundation, Cricket Wireless, and Google.