Digital Equity

Get help for Internet, computers, and training.

Free Internet for affordable housing

Fiber to Housing offers free Internet for affordable housing.  For questions or support, please call (628) 652-5888 or email:

What to do

  • See if your building has free Internet.
  • Wired Ethernet locations:  Apply for a router with on-site staff or contact us.
  • Open Wi-Fi locations:  Connect to the network under housing name or address.

Other free options

Affordable Internet

The Affordable Connectivity Program is an FCC benefit program that helps households afford Internet for work, school, healthcare and more.

  • Up to a $30/month discount on your internet service
  • Up to a $75/month discount if your household is on qualifying Tribal lands
  • A one-time discount of up to $100 for a laptop, tablet, or desktop computer (with a co-payment of more than $10 but less than $50)

What to do

Other affordable options

Digital training and support

Meet our community partners

Our partners offer free computer labs, classes, tutoring and more.  Click on the links for more information.

About us

San Francisco Digital Equity is a citywide initiative offering resources for all residents to take part in a digital society.  The need is great as an estimated 100,000 residents lack access to the Internet.  Our goal is to create a diverse, equitable, and inclusive San Francisco.

Learn more

2019-2024 Digital Equity Strategic Plan

The Digital Equity Strategic Plan was developed through in-depth research, a community needs assesment and input from a multitude of stakeholders across sectors. The Plan defines our strategies and approaches to improving access to internet, promoting digital literacy, and achieving sustainable, meaningful impact for our most underserved residents. 
View the Plan (PDF)


SF Digital Equity Playbook

The SF Digital Equity Playbook is designed for social service providers who want to help their clients get connected or learn digital skills. It contains information on free access locations, discount Internet programs, training curriculum and strategies, and more.
Download the Playbook (PDF)

Contact us

SF Digital Equity

If you are interested in this citywide Initiative, helping with digital literacy training, or taking part in future Digital Equity events, please contact the City's Digital Equity Manager Rey LaChaux at

Fiber to Housing

For questions or technical support, please leave a message at (628) 652-5888 or email:

Last updated October 5, 2022