ZTE USA & Visible Donate 1000 Tablets to Keep Communities Connected

By Kevin Mathiasen, Sr. Director, ZTE USA

ZTE USA and Visible supported communities and the lives they serve by providing the technology and connectivity to keep going during a pandemic.

Boys and Girls Club of Metro Denver  will help its members who do not have technology or connectivity at home be able to access essential Club content and programming that has transitioned to a digital format during this critical time.

City Year will be able to connect its AmeriCorps members so they can continue serving as student success coaches virtually and participate in ongoing training and professional development while schools are closed.

Metropolitan State University of Denver students lacking adequate technological resources will be provided the connectivity and technology to continue or complete their studies as all university classes have been moved online during this time.

Project Pave in Denver has transitioned its programming and resources to help youth end the cycle of relationship violence to telephone, website, and social media. Families involved with Project Pave will now be able to better access those resources, which include therapy, advocacy and education online, in addition to being able to access other online schools and support resources.

Violence Free Colorado will provide tablets to Colorado’s frontline advocates, ensuring they connect with victims/survivors of domestic violence to provide essential services like housing, financial assistance and mobile advocacy during this public health crisis.

Wish of a Lifetime will help seniors across the country avoid isolation by allowing them to connect with and engage with family, friends and online communities.