digital equity project

This training was made possible by AARTH and funding from King County Corona Virus Relief Digital Equity and the Veterans, Seniors & Human Services Levy Grants.

The Project

The impact of COVID-19 have greatly impacted everyone’s lives and livelihood, this is particularly true for those most vulnerable in our community such as African American and African born seniors. Social distancing has contributed to isolation from families, friends, and social engagement for many. AARTH in partnership with King County’s Digital Equity grant are working to bridge the digital divide by offering a limited number of laptops including basic training and internet/WiFi support services.


Goal:

To bridge the digital divide for African American & African born (Ethiopian & Kenyan) individuals ages 55 & above.

AA Elders in Need of Laptops/Tablets

Please complete the form below. We will inform you on Fridays if you qualify.  When you receive your laptop, you will also receive a training manual for use with the 3 training videos that covers the Elements of a Laptop, Getting Started with Zoom & FaceBook. The trainings were recorded live with senior participants and full of lots of knowledge.

Resources

Looking for more information?

Please email our Digital Equity Project Coordinator,

Twanda Hill: twandah@aarth.org

AFRICAN AMERICANS
REACH & TEACH
HEALTH MINISTRY

1-206-850-2070

Lindac@aarth.org

901 Rainier Avenue North

Suite B 102
Renton, WA 98057

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