Community Technology Centers' Network (CTCNet) is committed to the goal of creating "a society in which all people are equitably empowered by technology skills and usage." CTCNet brings together agencies and programs that provide computer exploration and learning opportunities for "people of all ages who typically lack access to computers and related technologies." The organization was founded in 1990 (originally the Playing to Win Network), by Antonia Stone, a former public school teacher. Now with funding from numerous sources, CTCNet networks more than 1000 community technology centers where people in low-income communities gain access to computers and computer-related technology. The website provides information on current projects and sponsors, as well as how to become a member and the benefits of membership, such as a start-up kit, an annual conference, and other resources. Information for volunteer opportunities is also listed.