Computer Reach To Provide Thousands of Devices to Pittsburgh Residents

Computer Reach joins AT&T and Digitunity to help provide free or low-cost computers, digital literacy training, and technical support to underserved Pittsburgh residents over the next two years. New Project Distributes Computers to Pittsburgh Residents Computer Reach has been selected as part of a 10-city project led by AT&T and Digitunity to provide more...

Our Work with Life Male STEAM Academy

120 Laptops Will Be Distributed Computer Reach is working to get 120 Windows laptops into the hands of students and instructors at Life Male STEAM Academy (LMSA), a new STEAM-focused charter school in the Woodland Hills School District. 100 laptops will be distributed to 6th and 7th graders at the school, with the remaining...

Our Impact: April 2021

Computer Lottery Program Over 6 months, Computer Reach distributed over 300 Free Computer Bundles to individuals in the Greater Pittsburgh Area. In April alone, we distributed 60 Free Computer Bundles. We will continue to offer this program until all individuals on our waitlist have been served. Only 50 people are left on our list....

Win a Free Computer in Pittsburgh

  The COVID-19 pandemic has hit families and communities hard. During these past months, many students, families, and professionals have struggled to work, learn, and access services remotely due to a lack of internet or a home computer. Recognizing this need, Computer Reach is excited to announce the official launch of our Computer Lottery...

Computer Reach Named “Environmental Champion in Action” by Citizens Bank

On July 15, Computer Reach was awarded a $35,000 grant of unrestricted funds and named as an “Environmental Champion in Action” by Citizens Bank Market President and Retail Director Mark Rendulic. Computer Reach is honored to have received this title and grant and we look forward to continuing our work with Citizens Bank to...

Computer Reach Launches Curbside Pickup Option

Due to the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Pennsylvania, local businesses, libraries, and community centers have closed their doors or limited their services to the public at this time. Because of this, families who would typically visit those locations to access a computer and the internet have been left with limited or...

Computer Reach Establishes Computer Take Out Program

Although the digital divide has been present in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania for decades, the need for computers has never been greater as local families struggle to access devices and the internet during the COVID-19 pandemic. Prior to the pandemic, students, families, and individuals without access to a home device visited libraries, schools, and physical workspaces...

Beyond The Laptops Seeks to Connect Families to Tech

Due to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Southwestern Pennsylvania, countless schools have shut their doors and have transitioned to online learning. However, Pittsburgh Public Schools (PPS) isn’t able to make that transition as more than 7,000 students in the school district do not have access to a computer at home. To combat...

EduNations Receives 15 Laptops to Support Sierra Leone Schools

EduNations Founded in 2004, EduNations‘ mission is to connect resources from affluent societies with “the needs of the most under-resourced, rural regions in Sierra Leone, West Africa to provide education, opportunity, and hope.” With this, the organization creates schools in Sierra Leone that become self-supporting beacons of growth and learning. EduNations has 15 schools in...

Three Schools in Peru Receive Spanish Mac Mini Computer Bundles

From June 17 through June 21st, Computer Reach Executive Director Dave Sevick and a team of others had the pleasure of visiting the Cusco region of Peru to provide computers to schools that focus on serving underserved children. This volunteer opportunity was designed by Mama Pacha Explorations, a U.S.-based tour operator headquartered in Boardman,...