Help us bridge the digital divide and give all San Franciscans equal access to the internet.
San Francisco has never been more connected. But even as public and private wi-fi access accelerates throughout the City, The Tenderloin neighborhood remains an island of digital isolation.
We’re transforming our neighborhood by installing high-capacity public Wi-Fi and secure public charging stations. These will have an immediate and sustained impact on our neighbors’ lives: helping them keep in touch, seek work and make appointments. Access to these things help lift people out of poverty and put them on a path to stability. Most of us take them for granted.
Craigslist founder Craig Newmark has pledged to match all donations we receive up to $25,000. Will you help us reach our target so we can act decisively to keep our community in touch?