Program Gets 100 Wilkinsburg Families Connected to the Internet
As of May 31, Computer Reach has helped nearly 100 families in Wilkinsburg get connected to the internet. There are roughly 100 free Wi-Fi Hotspots left for distribution. Sign up today!
Wilkinsburg Digital Inclusion Project
Thanks to a grant from the Eden Hall Foundation, Computer Reach launched the Wilkinsburg Digital Inclusion project to positively impact the lives of families in our community. The project helps families in Wilkinsburg bridge the digital divide by providing the following at no cost:
- 1 Wi-Fi Hotspot
- 1 Year of Free Unlimited Internet Access
- In-Person Device Setup and Orientation
- Virtual/Phone/In-Person Device and Digital Literacy Support
200 devices are available in total. Nearly 100 devices have already been distributed to families.
Who is eligible?
To participate in the program, you must be a Wilkinsburg Borough resident who:
- has a K-12 or college student living at home,
- is an expectant/new parent,
- or babysits K-12 children.
For answers to common questions, check out the program FAQ section.
How to Receive Free Internet
To sign up, please complete our online registration form. Once your form is processed, you will receive a call from our team to schedule device setup and an orientation session at your residence.
For more information, contact our Wilkinsburg Digital Inclusion Project Manager Will Perez at 412-444-8816, ext. 3 or firstname.lastname@example.org. To read more tech news, visit our news page!