Donate a Laptop or Device to NYC Students in Need
Helping Families During Remote Learning
About 60,000 New York City public school students who requested a device from the Department of Education still have not received them. These families need help, now.
Alina Adams, a leading voice in the brightbeam network, and blog manager of the New York School Talk platform, and her 17-year-old son Gregory Wickham launched a survey earlier this week to help match New York families in need with laptops and other devices to use for remote learning. Do you have an unused laptop or device laying around and want to help a student connect during remote learning?
Complete the device distribution survey today and help a family in need.
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