Connecting Greater Cleveland: efforts to build a stronger, more equitable digital community
Whether we’re looking for directions, accessing our bank account, registering to vote, attending a class or making an appointment for vaccination, our daily lives increasingly depend on an internet connection. The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed us to spend even more time connected to the internet, as schools, work and events have moved online to support physical distancing. Now more than ever, you need an in-home internet connection to participate in society and access vital services. Unfortunately, many people are at risk of being left behind.
Check out our blog to learn more about our efforts to bridge Greater Cleveland's digital divide.