EveryoneOn and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) are collaborating to connect children and families in HUD-assisted housing with access to high-speed Internet. This pilot program is called ConnectHome.
ConnectHome will accelerate broadband adoption and narrow the digital divide in communities across the nation. ConnectHome will address various barriers to broadband access, including the costs associated with high-speed service and electronic devices, and the need to provide residents with training in digital literacy.
EveryoneOn is collaborating with HUD and nonprofit U.S. Ignite to help implement this pilot in 28 communities across the United States. In each participating community, EveryoneOn is working with HUD to help coordinate involvement from public housing agencies, funders, Internet service providers, and community organizations and ensure a holistic approach to Internet adoption.
|Little Rock, AR||Albany, GA||Springfield, MA||Cleveland, OH|
|Fresno, CA||Atlanta, GA||Baltimore, MD||Choctaw Nation, OK|
|Los Angeles, CA||Macon, GA||Kansas City, MO||Philadelphia, PA|
|Meriden, CT||Rockford, IL||Durham, NC||Memphis, TN|
|Denver, CO||Baton Rouge, LA||Camden, NJ||Nashville, TN|
|Washington, DC||New Orleans, LA||Newark, NJ||San Antonio, TX|
|Tampa, FL||Boston, MA||New York, NY||Seattle, WA|
As part of its commitment to ConnectHome, EveryoneOn has worked with national partners to secure a variety of support, both monetary and in-kind, for the project. Examples of support include discounted Internet service, tablets and software, digital literacy education, college preparatory education, technology education, after-school programs, volunteer time, and monetary funding. Learn more about the partners below.