We Need Your Help
Almost one-third of Americans on tribal lands lack access to the Internet. Along with many other obstacles toward digital inclusion, students affected by homelessness in tribal nations are among those most impacted by the digital divide. This summer, in order to continue our movement advocating for bridging the digital divide, we are partnering with Navajo Nation in Arizona to address these prevalent disparities.
For The First Time in Bridging Tech History
Support our cause to transform the lives of students affected by homelessness within Navajo Nation by providing:
1. Each student with their own, permanent laptop for learning
2. Each family with one year of free Internet connectivity with 4G LTE data
3. Each student with weekly mentorship, tutoring, and external educational opportunities
Additionally, we are continuing to bridge the digital divide for all students affected by homelessness across the country, so stay tuned for our full list of shelter partners! We aim to fill the updated device needs of all of our current shelter partners and forge new shelter partnerships to help as many students as possible this year.
Support Our Mission
Listed below is how each contribution supports our cause:
$25 - covers shipping for laptops to and from our refurbishing partner
$100 - provides 1 laptop for learning to 1 student affected by homelessness
$200 - provides 1 year of free Internet connectivity with 4G LTE data for 1 family affected by homelessness
Thank you for choosing to support our cause! Each one of our team members is a volunteer, which means that over 90% of your donations will go directly toward providing laptops and Internet for learning. We have always strived to keep these overhead costs as low as possible, and we will continue to make sure that overhead costs do not exceed 10% of donations through this fundraiser. Our overhead costs allow us to develop a sustainable infrastructure in order to reach as many students as possible across the country as a 501(c)(3) non-profit public charity.