A big THANK YOU to Pam and American Water Military Services for their donation of Dell 22" monitors this week which were taken directly to Homeless Solutions (Morristown,NJ) to help upgrade smaller monitors being used at their Shelter, Transitional Housing Facility and their office. The need for working desktops, laptops, tablets and larger monitors is greater than ever. If you have equipment at your business that you no longer use, please consider donating that equipment to Electronic Access Foundation so that we can continue to support Homeless Solutions and other organizations like them. Thanks again American Water Military Services!! ... See MoreSee Less
Timeline PhotosFifty-four percent of all teachers said their students had adequate internet access at school, but only 18% said their students had adequate access at home. Nationwide call-to-action for Businesses to donate used computers to help bridge this GAP #donatetech, #donatetechnology #digitalinclusion #digitaldivide #donatetechnology #donatetech #covid-19 #coronavirus bit.ly/2Xo2Brg... See MoreSee Less
Timeline PhotosTelehealth is a critical tool in the fight against COVID-19. It’s a vital lifeline for overloaded care providers, but lack of computing devices impacts both patients and providers. You can help at bit.ly/3d1rjEi #donatetechnology #telehealth #covid-19 #coronavirus ... See MoreSee Less
Even without regular donations of computers from area businesses over the last 3 months, we've continued to talk with other non-profits about their expanding needs for refurbished laptops. As learning, training and development programs try to develop virtual programs for those of all ages, we hope that businesses that start to reopen will also return to donating the equipment that they no longer use. Electronic Access Foundation (EAF) has committed this week to partner with Grades4Life, based in Somerset NJ, to supply laptops for a summer coding program targeting students ages 13 to 17 in East Orange. Grades4Life is also a partner of the National Cristina Foundation (www.cristina.org) which EAF requires before receiving donations from us.
Grades4Life (G4L) is a non-profit organization (501c) that provides collaborative programs designed to inspire greatness within our youth. They partner with schools and local organizations with their featured social rewards program that connects communities through education. Grades4life is all about helping students succeed, building character, and emphasizing the importance of getting a good grade in school and in life. ... See MoreSee Less
Great resources to share, but a reminder that not everyone has access to equipment in order to take advantage of them. If you have laptops and tablets that you no longer use, please donate them at www.e-access.org.Some more resources for you all during social distancing. We hope you are all doing well during social distancing! buff.ly/34kUsaj #donatetechnology #donatetech #covid-19 #coronavirus #remoteschool #WFH ... See MoreSee Less
Timeline PhotosAs classes move online, what happens to students without Internet or computers? If you have access to computers or laptops, let us know. #donatetechnology #donatetech #covid-19 #coronavirus bit.ly/2KUcQ0K... See MoreSee Less
Electronic Access Foundation continues to make every effort possible during this time to support organizations throughout New Jersey, New York, Eastern PA, Delaware and Dallas, Texas. If your company or school has computers that you no longer use, please consider donating them to us for redistribution into the community. Donate at www.e-access.org. ... See MoreSee Less
Cities across the country are trying to get more of their citizens access to the Internet during the COVID-19 crisis, with essential services such as medicine and education moving online as residents ...
Timeline PhotosComputers and tablets help quarantined patients receive care and connect with loved ones, but lack of computing devices impacts both patients and providers. You can help at bit.ly/3fbKdtX #donatetechnology #telehealth #covid-19 #coronavirus #donatetechnology #telehealth #covid-19 #coronavirus ... See MoreSee Less