The On It Foundation is a public non-profit organization that provides free computer and computer training to low income families & students. Founded in 1999, The On It Foundation has a stated mission of bridging the ‘Digital Divide’ by providing each low-income family with a student a free refurbished computer and at least 20 hours of computer training with ongoing support and service offerings to those in the home.
The On It Foundation provides free technological tools (PC’s and laptops) and 21st Century Curriculum to include STEM Programs and career assessments, job readiness training (for students and their parents), as well as collaborative courses to include Physical Education, Nutrition, Self Empowerment, Service Learning Programs, Leadership, Financial Literacy, Net-Etiquette, Character Development and Social Life Skill Sets and Transition.
To qualify for a free computer from The On It Foundation, a home must have "at least one child receiving free lunches in school".
Access from AT&T is a low-cost program for home internet access in the 21 states where we offer wireline home internet services to limited income households who participate in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) or receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits in California. In response to the public health crisis, Access from AT&T is temporarily expanding eligibility based on income and to households participating in National School Lunch and Head Start Programs.
To qualify for Access from AT&T, You will need to provide a copy of the one of the following pieces of information.
• Your SNAP card showing the participant’s name
• SNAP card and government issued ID with name and photo (front and back of the card)
• SNAP participation or benefits letter from a local SNAP office