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Community Impact

Spectrum Digital Education

Spectrum supports nonprofit organizations that educate community members on the benefits of broadband and how to use it to improve their lives. We award grants across the country to help accomplish this goal. 

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Grant Program

Spectrum Digital Education Awards $1.1 Million in Grants to 47 Nonprofits Supporting Broadband Literacy

Funding will enhance broadband education, training and technology for organizations operating in financially underserved rural and urban communities within Charter’s 41-state service area.

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Community Impact

Spectrum-Aired PSA Benefits Spectrum Digital Education Grant Recipient LaunchCode

Learn how Spectrum Digital Education grantee LaunchCode – a nonprofit which offers free coding classes for students from a range of employment backgrounds - benefitted from a powerful PSA that Spectrum aired across the company footprint.

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Grant Program

Bridging the Gap in Digital Literacy

Spectrum is working to ensure that our neighbors have access to broadband internet and the educational resources needed to use it effectively in their daily lives. Research shows that not all Americans use broadband internet at home, including seniors, people with disabilities, and those with ethnically diverse backgrounds. A fundamental part of this initiative is our Spectrum Digital Education Grants. Click the button below to learn more about the grant program and how to apply.

See Spectrum Digital Education in Action

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Grant Program

Charter Commits $1 Million to 2022 Spectrum Digital Education, Bringing Total Program Investment to $8 Million

Charter Communications has committed an additional $1 million towards the 2022 Spectrum Digital Education grant initiative, bringing its total investment in the digital literacy program over the past six years to $8 million.