On December 6, 20 volunteers from the 2019-20 HealthCorps Cohort volunteered six and a half hours of their day to support our work at the Computer Reach Warehouse. Our organization greatly appreciates the hard work and dedication of individuals like this who volunteer their time to reinforce local efforts and initiatives. While the work may have only lasted a day, the impact of these volunteers' actions will last much longer. By working together, we are one step closer in our efforts to bridge the digital divide.
Volunteer with Us
Are you interested in supporting local, national, and international... On October 21, 26 employees from Uber Advanced Technologies Group volunteered with Computer Reach, gifting 6 hours of their day to support our mission to bridge the digital divide. Computer Reach values and appreciates every volunteer, as their generosity strongly reinforces our mission to ensure computer literacy for all.
A Day of Volunteering
Celebrating the beginning of the day at 9 a.m., Computer Reach greeted the volunteers with coffee, donuts, and an overview of the work they would be doing over the next six hours. As Computer Reach regularly refurbishes, processes, stores, and ships technology, volunteers were tasked... 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, Ohio. In Peru, many individuals are affected by the digital divide. Mama Pacha Explorations reported out that only 45 percent of Peruvians use the internet. However, these percentages vary depending on location as well, with 54 percent of individuals...