Want to put your e-Waste to good use?
The Dallas Device Challenge is an easy way to support bridging the digital divide, by donating new or used laptops to our organizations!
Why We Serve
Digital inclusion and literacy supports the path to self sufficiency. Digital connection is required for employment and career progression as well as access to other social services.
Digital and Financial Literacy Training“I was incarcerated due to a drug addiction, so I need recovery assistance. I came from a peer group that led me down the road to prison. I need re-connectivity to find a new peer group that will support my recovery.”CBP Guest
Support for Recovery“I was incarcerated due to a drug addiction, so I need recovery assistance. I came from a peer group that led me down the road to prison. I need re-connectivity to find a new peer group that will support my recovery.”CBP Guest
Single Mother with Needs“I am a single mother coming out of incarceration regaining the custody of my child. I need daycare, I need a place to live, I need some form of transportation to get to and from my job. That’s just the beginning. I need an internet connection to help fix these needs.”CBP Guest
Virtual Eviction Hearing“I’m scheduled for a virtual eviction hearing, but I have no internet access.”CBP Guest
Find a Job“How do I find a job with limited computer access and no internet?”CBP Guest
South Oak Cliff“I live in an apartment complex in South Oak Cliff (75216) area and I'm struggling to get internet access to participate in my substance use treatment, court, and mental health treatment.”CBP Guest
Register For COVID Testing“I need to get tested for COVID-19. How do I register for testing online with no internet or computer access?”CBP Guest
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A digital divide is an economic and social inequality with regard to access to, use of, or impact of information and communication technologies (ICT) .