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Tech Up and Connect our Youth

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the youth of Boston have been forced to endure an endless list of challenges and obstacles. Many of them continue to struggle daily because of their lack of access to essential resources they need in order to participate in remote learning. We understand that this ongoing struggle is something that no child should have to face when wondering whether or not they will be able to attend school. In order to help alleviate this stress, we have launched a technology campaign. With this campaign, we aim to provide as many youth as possible with laptops, hotspots, and other needed technology to make their remote learning experience smooth and easy.

Make a donation or donate a used laptop!  See the Connected Youth Initiative for more information.

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