- Literacy Chippewa Valley’s FREE devices: This non-profit offers free devices to those enrolled in their ELL classes, 1-1 pairs (1-1 tutoring which matches students with community volunteers and they work on subject area based on student goals), corrections education, and re-entry program. They are open from 8-12 Mon-Thurs with free childcare. Interested participants can call, stop in, or visit their web page: https://www.literacychippewavalley.org/.
- Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP): We may have touched on this, but this federal program gives low-income households up to $30/month discount on internet bills and a one-time $100 credit towards a device with participating providers. Learn more here: https://www.educationsuperhighway.org/acpbenefit/.
- 3. Lifeline Program: Provides up to $18.50/month towards cost of phone, cell, and internet services. Learn more here: https://psc.wi.gov/Pages/ForConsumers/Lifeline.aspx#:~:text=The%20Lifeline%20program%20provides%20low,%2C%20cell%2C%20and%20internet%20services.