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Vicky Tamaru

$24,944.34 USD since Sep 2020

2
Amrita Srivastava

$2,000 USD since Jun 2021

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Margaret Gheen

$200 USD since Oct 2021

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Incognito

$125 USD since Sep 2020

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Elijah Grady

$100 USD since Feb 2021

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Jennifer Wen

$100 USD since Sep 2021

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Max Bugay

$20 USD since Feb 2021

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Benevity

$18,598.68 USD since Nov 2020

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Vicky Tamaru

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$24,944 USD

Benevity

$18,599 USD

Margaret Gheen

$200 USD

Incognito

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$125 USD

Elijah Grady

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$100 USD

Jennifer Wen

$100 USD

Max Bugay

$20 USD

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Today’s balance

$30,526.80 USD

Total raised

$42,424.25 USD

Total disbursed

$11,897.45 USD

Estimated annual budget

$34,804.13 USD

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Technology Study with Hispanic Small Business Owners in Georgia - Phase I

We've received over 500 survey responses for our qualitative phase of Hispanic SMBs in partnership with the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce thanks to the gene...
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Published on January 10, 2022 by Vicky Tamaru

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The promise of technology is to enrich lives, grow businesses, boost productivity, and make lifelong learning easier.  
 
That bridge to opportunity and possibility has become a barrier to basic human rights for many--1 in 3 US Households* do not have a connected laptop or desktop or have low digital participation.   

buildJUSTLY's offers Customer DEI™ Programs,  Community Advisory Boards™,  Equitable Benefit Rankings™ as well as buildJUSTLY's demographic & income data by US zip code which is available through Tableau Public and can be accessed via our website. 

Help us to invite all Americans to the table and fulfill the promise of technology.


* "US Census American Community Survey Reports - Computer and Internet Use … 2016” https://www.census.gov/content/dam/Census/library/publications/2018/acs/ACS-39.pdf. Page 12, Fig 4. & "Digital Equity Initiative Action Plan: Phase One ... - Seattle.gov." https://www.seattle.gov/Documents/Departments/Tech/SeaDigEq_Report_073015_FINAL.pdf. Slide 114, “Digital Skills Limited” City of Seattle residences as a low bar projected onto US population.​ 

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