Shared goal(s): Continue or Leverage existing partnerships to meet youth needs, Support youth during remote/virtual/online school time learning
Youthprise and Minnesota Afterschool Advance are offering Chromebooks for no additional cost to families to help with distance learning this fall. Now, families can receive a Chromebook if they have a student in grades K-12 and they qualify for Free or Reduced Price Lunch or had a parent/guardian lose a job in 2020.
Web site: https://mnafterschool.org/chromebooks
Lead organization partners: Youthprise, Minnesota Afterschool Advance
Kinds of organization: Advocacy/Intermediary Non-profit Organization, Direct Service Non-profit Organization
Participant population: Families, Youth (Ages 14-17 or Grades 9-12), Youth (Ages 5-13 or Grades K-8)
Youth development support targetted: School Remote/Virtual/Online Classes
Primary funding source: Government Entity/Grant, Intermediary Grantmaker, Private Philanthropic Foundation
SUPPORT DETAILS: INITIATIVE, PROGRAM, SERVICE
Timeframe: Fall 2020 (Academic Year)
Total capacity: Unknown
Health and safety: Not applicable; We are not providing in-person supports.
How do you address inequity?
The initiative is accessible only to low-income families.
Matt Norris, Director of Minnesota Afterschool Advance, email@example.com, (763) 202-9012.
OPTIONAL PARTNERSHIP RESOURCES
Mutually reinforcing activities: