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ConnectHome Denver is a critical bridge to gaining the digital access and skills needed to break the cycle of poverty and to create a future of financial independence.
Through the collaboration of several core partners and dedicated community organizations, ConnectHome Denver creates the opportunity for thousands of Denver’s low-income families to successfully cross the digital divide by providing resources and referrals for quality low cost internet, affordable tech devices and the education to utilize both.
"The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced that it has selected Denver Community Ventures - dba Friends of DHA, as one of five agencies in Colorado to receive a grant in the amount of $125,000 grant pursuant to the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP)."
"Earlier this year, Starry announced a company restructuring intended to put us in the best position to spread #HappyInterneting for many years to come. Our primary goals were to stabilize our cost structure, reduce our debt, simplify our organizational structure and develop cost efficiencies across the business."
"Comcast announced that in five years, nearly 33,000 families in Colorado, or nearly 132,000 Colorado residents, have signed up for Internet Essentials. In Denver, 8,000 families, or 32,000 residents, have been connected. Nationally, Internet Essentials has connected 750,000 families, or 3 million Americans, to the internet at home."
ConnectHome Denver seeks to break the digital divide and provide services to low-income individuals in the city of Denver.
Attend one of our digital fairs to learn about the ACP program and other free community services.
Need help connecting to affordable internet or using your device? Check out Connect Home partner services.
Looking for a computer lab? Visit one of our 6 opportunity centers. Click the link for open lab hours.