Technology funding

for the Digital inequality In North Carolina

Computer literacy is the ability to use computers and related technology efficiently it also refer to the comfort level someone has with using computer programs and other applications that are associated with computers.

Donate 2 dollars today and inspire a low-income child so they can become more involved in their learning by providing them with the tools to meet the demands of today’s technological age. Close the door to hunger, poverty and unemployment with a donation of only 2 dollars towards a refurbished computer, thus enhancing learning at home and within the classroom.

Did you know?

According to the National Center for Children in Poverty 49% (1,104,505) of children live in low-income families in North Carolina.

How your gifts help?

Children from low-income homes in North Carolina need computers and training to advance technologically and meet the high demands of school and workplace.

In today’s information-based economy, internet access and computer literacy are crucial to economic growth at all levels, including global. Research now indicates that those with limited income and education are most likely to not use the internet or even understand how to use a computer. Help us today in reaching our goals of 200 computers for the new school year 2017.