Digital Angels

Bridging the gap between children and technology.


To empower students and their families with digital opportunities to access and understand technology, enabling them to rise up and thrive in our digital economy.

What We Strive For: Digital Equity for All

Digital Equity is a condition in which all individuals and communities have the information technoloDigital Equity is a condition in which all individuals and communities have the information technology capacity needed to fully participate in our society, democracy, and economy. Digital Equity is necessary for civic and cultural participation, employment, lifelong learning, and access to essential services.*

*The definitions of Digital Inclusion and Digital Equity come from the National Digital Inclusion Alliance (NDIA), an organization that provides a unified voice for home broadband access, public broadband access, personal devices, and local technology training and support programs.

What We Do

The Digital Angels Network serves as the connection point between those in need and those with the resources to fulfill the need. The Digital Angels Network is creating a connection between corporations, government agencies, and other non-profits that are willing and able to provide funding, expertise, and equipment to help eliminate the digital divide.

How It Works

Request for help is made to The Digital Angels Network by a school or other non-profit serving students and families with a digital opportunity.

Our consultants reach out to The Digital Angel Network to identify the appropriate contributors to sponsor the project.

Our consultants partner with the requestor and the network to plan and execute the project.

Who We Work With

The Digital Angels Network partners with other non-profits and schools to bring technology and technology education to the students and families they serve.

The Three Critical Components to Achieving Digital Equity:

01.Connectivity – Must be able to connect to the internet with a reliable high-speed connection

02.Hardware – Must have a device that can both connect to the internet and provide a suitable user experience to complete schoolwork, apply for jobs, do research, etc.

03.Digital Literacy – Digital Literacy includes:

  • Usage – Understanding how to leverage the tools, applications, and resources that a computer and the internet provide
  • Careers – Understanding and selecting careers in the technology industry
  • Education – Understanding how to leverage technology in the classroom to enhance the learning experience
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