Connecting all residents to the Internet requires affordable service options, devices, and digital literacy training. Local government, housing services, nonprofits, private companies, and foundations each have a role.
If you’re interested in supporting ConnectHome locally, reach out to the local leads. If you’re interested in supporting nationally, complete the application on EveryoneOn’s website for Internet service providers or for other services.
Internet service and devices (desktops, laptops, tablets) must meet EveryoneOn’s requirements. Being a national stakeholder also requires a data sharing agreement to report the number of Internet connections to both HUD and your local team.