Why Kansas City Has a Shot at Bridging the Digital Divide

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Google plans to roll it out in Austin, Texas, and Provo, Utah as well. Digital Divide libraries digital inclusion digital literacy tspubliclibraries I had the opportunity to participate in the launch of the new Kansas City Digital Inclusion Fund. It addresses the thorny problem of bringing the 25 percent or so of people in the city who are still not participating in the information age to inclusion.

Building the Tech Capacity of Nonprofits Everywhere with TechSoup's NetSquared Events

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Orem, Utah: QuickBooks Made Easy. Salt Lake City, Utah: QuickBooks Made Easy. Nairobi, Kenya: NetSquared Kenya Women and Web Literacy Program 2016 – 17. Every day, American nonprofits, charities, and libraries rely on TechSoup's product donation program for the information they need to make smart decisions about technology. But did you know that our work is global?

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Another feature of the program will be Safe America’s recruitment of First Ladies/Spouses in ALL 50 states to lead local, state educational efforts — building on West Virginia First Lady Gayle Manchin and her husband, Governor and Senator-Elect Joe Manchin’s efforts that reached 40 states in 2010 and had the active involvement of Governors and First Spouses in Kentucky, New Jersey, Puerto Rico, Washington state, West Virginia, Iowa, Arizona, Arkansas, Indiana, Utah and Tennessee.”.

Symantec Gives Back

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In Lindon, Utah, 50 employee volunteers planted trees that Symantec donated to TreeUtah using its local Community Outreach funds. The trees were planted around parking lots owned by the Utah Valley Regional Medical Center in order to cool the parking lots (which become mini "heat islands.") Over the next three years, Symantec is investing $900,000 in Room to Read , an international nonprofit dedicated to promoting literacy and gender equality in the developing world.

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