One of Voqal’s key projects is Mobile Citizen. Mobile Citizen aims to bridge the digital divide by offering free and low-cost internet to educational institutions, nonprofits and social welfare agencies. For example, programs like:
- Ashbury Senior Community Computer Center, which works to bridge the digital divide in Cleveland’s inner-city communities by addressing the technology needs of mature and older adults with limited income via technology literacy training and access to technology.
- PCs for People in St. Paul, MN that provides low-cost computers, computer repair, internet and support to families with an average income of $12,000 per year.
Mobile Citizen’s internet service is available nationwide. Mobile Citizen was created via a unique, 30-year partnership with CLEAR — now a part of Sprint.
For more information visit mobilecitizen.org.