Tech Goes Home adds 25 new community partners

Tech Goes Home (TGH), a leading Massachusetts nonprofit committed to advancing digital equity, announced that it added 25 new community partners in Q4 of 2023, including Jamaica Plain. TGH will work alongside these new partners to deliver proven, responsive digital access programming in communities across Massachusetts. 

Founded in Boston, TGH partners with community-focused organizations – like schools, libraries, and nonprofits – to reach individuals and families facing barriers to digital access. Working hand-in-hand with their community partners and a network of local instructors, TGH provides thousands of learners every year with a laptop or tablet, reliable internet access, and 15 hours of digital skills training.

The 25 new community partners include: 

• The Hennigan K-8 School, in Boston’s Jamaica Plain neighborhood; 

• CAPIC Head Start, serving Chelsea, Revere, and Winthrop;

• Boston Children’s at Martha Eliot, located in Jamaica Plain and serving patients from across Massachusetts;

• Winning Every Student, Inc., serving Boston, Lynn, and Brockton; 

• Jeremiah’s Inn in Worcester;

• Boston Center for Independent Living, serving a number of communities in Eastern Massachusetts;

• Apple Village Senior Housing in Beverly;

• Nevins Memorial Library serving Haverhill, Lawrence, and Methuen;

• Bunker Hill Community College – Chelsea Campus; 

• Corcoran Jennison Management in Boston; 

• ACT Lawrence in Lawrence; 

• ABCD Mystic Valley Opportunity Center in Malden; 

• Bridges Homeward in Cambridge; 

• Clarendon Early Education Services serving Lawrence and Lowell, as well as Springfield, Lynn and Boston

• LaunchSpace in Orange; 

• New Bedford Community Health serving New Bedford; 

• New Birth Baptist Church in Brockton; 

• PowerCorps Boston serving Boston; 

• Ascentria Care Alliance in Worcester;

• Steps to Success in Brookline; 

• Family Care Partnership in Boston; 

• The Community Group in Lawrence; 

• Intergenerational Literacy Program at Chelsea Public Schools in Chelsea; 

• SeniorCare , serving nine communities on the North Shore and

• International Institute of New England in Lowell.

“Our community partners – and the folks at those organizations who become TGH instructors – are the backbone of our efforts to advance digital equity across Massachusetts,” said Dan Noyes, CEO of TGH. “TGH will work closely with each of these organizations to provide the digital tools (a computer or tablet and internet access) that learners need and support instructors to develop a curriculum that covers essential digital skills, as well as particular skills that are important to their communities – whether that’s building a business, accessing telehealth, or doing school work. Together, we’ll reach thousands more people in communities across the state.” 

Currently, TGH works with more than 130 community partners in dozens of cities and towns across Massachusetts. You can learn more about their reach and impact – as well as a full list of community partners – by visiting         

About Tech Goes Home: Tech Goes Home is a nonprofit dedicated to addressing the digital inequities that pose a significant barrier to opportunity and success for thousands of students, workers, and families across Massachusetts. Working in partnership with schools, healthcare providers, and community organizations, Tech Goes Home provides curated support – including access to digital devices, network connectivity, and robust training in how to utilize digital resources – to help individuals and families pursue economic mobility, support academic achievement, access critical resources, and engage with their community and loved ones. You can learn more about Tech Goes Home’s work, and ways to become involved, at

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