HARDWARE ACCESS SCORECARD

ESTIMATED SNAPSHOT OF PITTSBURGH MARCH 2020

Allegheny County households lacked computers

Students in Pgh Public Schools needed computers

FUNDS RAISED FOR EQUIPMENT

Amount raised to help bridge the digital divide from corporations, foundations, and individual donors

WHERE EQUIPMENT HAS GONE

Map Created By: Brian Rhindress

Computers to Pittsburgh Public Schools

Computers to Families via Community Organizations

Computers to DHS for tele-health and foster family connectivity

OTHER KEYSTROKES

75

Volunteers helped in laptop refurbishment

163

Individual financial contributors

WHAT’S NEXT

Neighborhood Allies is proud to serve on the Pittsburgh Digital Equity Coalition (PDEC) that is working on creating and implementing a 5-year plan for the city of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County that will end the digital divide. 

The PDEC puts collaboration at the forefront among nonprofits, academic institutions, government, and community groups to prioritize providing digital connectivity, hardware access, digital skills education, and technical support to everyone in Allegheny County. 

In addition to the PDEC, Neighborhood Allies is a leader in the Greater Pittsburgh Digital Inclusion Alliance (GPDIA), a convening of a community-wide, multi-sector committee of organization working to cooperatively address equitable access to and use of communication technologies.

We will be exploring how best to provide equitable and sustainable access to hardware and technical support to the households and individuals most in need.

Neighborhood Allies
429 Fourth Avenue, Suite 1900
Pittsburgh, PA 15219

412.471.3727
info@neighborhoodallies.org

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Neighborhood Allies
429 Fourth Avenue, Suite 1900
Pittsburgh, PA 15219

412.471.3727
info@neighborhoodallies.org

In Collaboration With:

Copyright © 2022 Neighborhood Allies. All Rights Reserved.