2017 Wi-Fly Grant Application Period Is Closed
Congratulations to the 2017 Wi-Fly grantees:
Low Income Housing Institute
A nonprofit organization based out of Seattle, WA that develops, owns, and operates housing for the benefit of low-income, homeless, and formerly homeless people in Washington state. 360 homeless people can live in the encampments at any given time, 100% of whom are homeless, most in desperate situations. They have built 161 tiny houses and are building more to replace the remaining tent sites. Our Wi-Fly grant will enable LIHI to create digital inclusion for the homeless families and individuals living in the Tiny House Villages.
A nonprofit organization based out of Austin, TX. They create affordable and attractive housing to low-income Texans.They believe that building strong families and communities is more than just providing a roof over their head but providing education and supportive services to empower their residents and neighbors. Foundation Communities will target 25 teens who will benefit from digital literacy skills and access to technology during their senior year of high school. This program will help low-income teens transition from high school to college and career by providing each with the technology devices and access they need to succeed.
Although the 2017 submission period for Wi-Fly Grant applications has expired, we encourage you to check out other outstanding opportunities available through our partner programs.
How It Helps:
Nonprofits, schools and libraries save money and can get 1-10 donated 4G LTE devices per year.
How It Helps:
Schools and libraries can get 1-10 donated 4G LTE devices per year.