Unlocking Digital Access: How PCs for People Empowers Communities

Unlocking Digital Access: How PCs for People Empowers Communities The digital divide is a serious issue that affects millions of people who cannot afford access to computers and the internet. PCs for People is a nonprofit organization that is working to change that. We take donated computers, refurbish them, and offer them at affordable prices, along with low-cost internet, to low-income families, nonprofits, and schools. One of the people who has benefited from PCs for People is Maria, a single mother of three who works as a home health aide. With a limited income, Maria could only afford a computer or internet access once she learned about PCs for People. After purchasing a computer and signing up for our internet service, she was able to take online courses to improve her skills, search for better-paying jobs, and communicate with her children’s teachers. PCs for People is making a real difference in communities across the country. By providing access to computers and the internet, we are helping people bridge the digital divide, becoming more connected, informed, and engaged. With your support, PCs for People continues to provide these vital resources to those who need them most. Together, we can create a brighter future for everyone.