Bridging the Homework Gap in Raleigh-Durham

As part of Digitunity’s partnership with AT&T and their $2 billion commitment to bridge the digital divide, including the homework gap, The Kramden Institute was selected to participate in our 10 City Pilot Project to provide over 2,000 refurbished computers and technology support to Raleigh-Durham families by July 2023.

About The Kramden Institute

Since 2003, The Kramden Institute has awarded more than 43,000 computers to families across North Carolina. Over 7,700 individuals have completed an adult computer class, taken part in a STEM after-school program, enrolled in a workshop, or attended one of their technology camps. Learn more about The Kramden Institute and its programs here.

How Your Business Can Help

To fulfill the backlog of requests from families in the Raleigh-Durham area for computers, training, and ongoing support, your business can:

  • Donate new or used laptop or desktop computers.
  • Invest financially.
  • Facilitate employee involvement through volunteering, financial contributions, and personal device donations.
  • Join other businesses in signing Digitunity’s Corporate Pledge to End the Digital Divide.

Join the Effort Today

If you’d like to support this work, please complete the form on this page. We will contact you with further details about how to get involved. We appreciate your interest in helping to ensure families in your area have the tools and skills they need to thrive

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