Community Tech Network is thrilled to be named a grant recipient of the Alliant Quarter Million Dollar Challenge.
Alliant, a national digital financial institution, is committed to bridging the digital divide. As part of its most recent initiative, the organization gave $329,750 to nonprofits across the United States.
Selected nonprofits were required to align with the Alliant Foundation’s mission “to provide reliable broadband, digital literacy resources and technology equipment for underserved communities including rural, digitally-challenged and under-resourced populations.” Alliant achieves its mission “through investments with strategic, charitable partners.”
CTN is honored to be recognized for its work among other stellar organizations, such as Bidwell, C.B. Community Schools, Comp-U-Dopt, Computer CORE, Computers for the Blind, Computer Reach, Dress for Success Twin Cities, EveryoneOn, Free Geek, J&J Services, KC Digital Drive, Lutheran Settlement House, Mission: Ignite powered by Computers For Children, Inc., NTEN (Nonprofit Technology Enterprise Network), Northside Intercommunity Agency, PCs for People, Peer 2 Peer University, Sisterhouse, Tech Goes Home, The STEM Alliance, The Taylor Made Foundation, and Westhab Inc.
To learn more about this grant, see Alliant’s press release.
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