Honors and Awards
BPS Parent University Special Recognition Award
BPS and TTTS Community Collaboration Award
Digital Equity Opportunity Recognition Honoree
Community Broadband Award Winner
MNN Excellence in Partnerships Award
Computer World Honors Laureate
Verizon Tech Savvy Award
Digital Inclusion Leadership Award
PTI Solutions Award Winner
Tech Goes Home in the News
Highlights of the 2022 MNN Conference
Boston Digital Equity Group Nets Major ARPA Funding
Boston nonprofit receives $100k grant from AT&T to address digital inequity
A Conversation with Tech Goes Home's Director of Advocacy Marvin L. Venay
"Gateway Cities battle the digital divide"
"Digital Equity Includes Clear Messaging And Training, Experts Argue"
"Mass. takes heat for its vaccine rollout (Letters)"
"Digital gaps underscore need: 'Tech para todos'"
"Virtual learning can’t succeed without digital skills training"
"Robust funding for community-based training to enhance digital skills essential (Letters)"
"Coronavirus exposed the lack of Internet access. Now some in Congress want to close that digital divide"
"Boston Mayor Walsh and Boston Public Schools Superintendent Praise Comcast Efforts to Help Bridge the Digital Divide"
Tech Goes Home was featured in the Next Century Cities new toolkit for communities, "Becoming Broadband Ready"
Tech Goes Home was featured as a partner in WGBH's 2018 Report
"Verizon Investing in the Community with a Grant to Tech Goes Home"
Tech Goes Home was selected as 1 of 3 new TUGG portfolio nonprofits
"Tech Goes Home Receives Google Grant for Cambridge Residents"
Co-CEO Dan was asked to represent Boston at the National ConnectHome Summit to discuss broadband access
Expanding opportunity for Black communities
Boston City Council approves $2M investment in Tech Goes Home to address digital inequity
Boost in digital access for low-income Americans is welcome — now sustain it
"Boston Wi-Fi wastelands leaving students, parents in the dark"
"McGovern Foundation Awards $6M to Groups Expanding Access to Tech Education"
"How the co-CEO of a nonprofit is helping to close Boston's digital divide by giving thousands of low-income residents access to the internet"
"Letter: Narrowing the digital divide"
"Tech Goes Home: Providing Digital Access in Boston"
"City of Boston Keeps Holiday Tradition Alive, Working With AT&T and Tech Goes Home to Connect Seniors with Loved Ones"
"Activists calling on state's Dept. of Education to help Latinx families struggling with technology access"
"Changemaker: Nonprofit brings technology home to low income communities"
"Letter to the Editor: Digital inequities block the path for many"
TGH awarded a grant by Life Science Cares to enroll 43 intergenerational families in digital inclusion programs
"Back to School: Internet Access is Essential These Days, and Yes, There Are Affordable Options"
Tech Goes Home was funded by RootProject's Token Generation Event
Co-CEO Dan Noyes was interviewed by Comcast Newsmakers on "Breaking Down Barriers to Technology"
"Tech Goes Home Program Helps Low-Income Families Gain Access to Computers"
Comcast offers low-cost Internet access to Boston seniors & awards TGH $100,000 to further support seniors
"Computer Trainers Help Boston Baby Boomers Reach Internet Speed"
Tech Goes Home's Early Childhood Program was featured the article "The Best Screen Time," published by The Slate
Digital inequities extend beyond health care access
Digital equity nonprofit gets $2M from city of Boston ARPA funds
5 for Good: Tech Goes Home and MACIR offer free IT training
"Progress being made on digital inequity — but more needed"
"Massachusetts’ digital divide reveals complex problems and a simple solution"
"Tackling Health Inequity Means Addressing Digital Inequity, Too"
"Technology Donation from Tech Goes Home"
"LETTER: Supporting efforts for digital literacy"
"Massachusetts Nonprofit Tech Goes Home and NETSCOUT Team Up to Expand Digital Access in Greater Boston Community"
"We need to close digital divide in Boston"
With City Councilors Julia Mejia & Ed Flynn
"The Digital Divide: Remote learning not possible for all families"
"Op-Ed: COVID-19 and the Digital Divide"
"Internet is fundamental for school success"
Boston named a "Digital Inclusion Trailblazer" of 2019, highlighting the City's collaboration with Tech Goes Home
"With No Municipal Internet Seen on Horizon, Users Turn to Patchwork of Smaller Initiatives"
Co-CEOs Dan Noyes and Theo Hanna wrote an Op-Ed regarding "The Battle Over Screen Time"
Tech Goes Home was featured in the Capital One Community Spotlight
Co-CEO Dan Noyes discusses internet affordability in Bay State Banner article, "Verizon bringing fiber optic service to Boston"
"HuffPost What’s Working Honor Roll: A New Program Helps Parents And Kids Learn Tech Skills Alongside Each Other"
Tech Goes Home highlighted as a "Difference Maker" in the digital equity field