Your Questions, Answered
Below you'll find answers to the most common questions we get asked about Digitunity, our mission, and our work.
What is Digitunity?
Since 1984, the Digitunity has worked to promote technology reuse by educating businesses and the public that such resources are invaluable tools worthy of a second productive life for developing human potential. Building upon the organization’s history of impact, Digitunity is using a network approach to advance digital inclusion with a particular focus on device ownership. Our goal is to eliminate the technology gap at scale. Digitunity encourages donations of used equipment to support local nonprofits, schools, and government agencies. We focus on organizations that serve marginalized populations.
What is the Digital Opportunity Network?
The Digital Opportunity Network is a free, purpose-driven, inclusive digital community space to connect, collaborate, and learn. Network members are united by the shared purpose of eliminating the technology gap. Network members engage, connect, innovate, access resources, and take action within a number of interest areas.
We seek diverse, community minded individuals and organizations who are interested in eliminating the technology gap to join the Network. 1,300+ organizations that have been pre-qualified to receive technology donations through Digitunity’s donation matching platform are part of the Network as well.
Is there a charge for your services?
No, Digitunity does not charge technology donors or technology recipient organizations for its services. We do, however, encourage those who wish to support our work to make charitable contributions.
Is Digitunity a tax-exempt nonprofit organization? Are donations tax-deductible?
Yes, Digitunity is a 501(c)3 public charity nonprofit organization. Financial contributions may be made to support Digitunity. Digitunity’s EIN is 86-3935645. Donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. Consult your tax advisor for more information.