2023 Digital Equity Fund Grant Recipients

Congratulations to all Digital Equity Fund grant recipients. The fund provides three types of grants to Baltimore-based nonprofit organizations working in close partnership with communities:

  • Education and Outreach grants ($5,000 – $10,000) will fund community-based activities to raise awareness of the digital divide, support programming to address the digital divide, and build capacity.
  • Planning grants (up to $50,000) will support community-building efforts to develop neighborhood digital inclusion plans.
  • Implementation grants (up to $75,000) will support communities in putting digital inclusion plans into action. 

2023 Grant Recipients

Education and Outreach Grant Recipients

Organization Program Grant Amount
Asylee Women Enterprise Immigrant Digital Equity and Inclusion Project $10,000
CASH Campaign of Maryland, Inc. Outreach and Educational Referral Program for Digital Equity in Baltimore $10,000
Center for Technology Access and Training Sandtown Online $10,000
Code in the Schools, Inc. Code in the Schools Education and Outreach $10,000
Enterprise Community Development, Inc. ECD Connects $10,000
Latino Economic Development Center Digital Equity in Latino and African American Communities $10,000
Leadenhall Baptist Church SMART Kids Hub Project $10,000
Little Flowers Early Childhood and Development Center, Inc. DIGICON $5,000
MedStar Union Memorial Hospital Supporting Digital Access for Social Needs Initiative $10,000
Next One Up STEM & Digital Literacy Curriculum for Middle and High Schools Students $10,000
PCs for People PCs for People Education Tier 2 $10,000
TechUp Baltimore TechUp Baltimore: Empowering Digital Skills $9,940
Village Learning Place Digital Equity at the Village Learning Place Library $9,500
Wide Angle Youth Media Middle School Media Arts Education $9,875

Planning Grant Recipients

Organization Program Grant Amount
Associated Black Charities Bridging the Digital Divide $50,000
Center for Technology Access and Training Sandtown Online: A Community-Based Digital Equity Plan $50,000
Historic East Baltimore Community Coalition, Inc. All for One Community Center $49,392
PCs for People PCs for People Planning Tier 2 $50,000

Implementation Grant Recipients

Organization Program Grant Amount
Byte Back Digital Equity Skills Training $74,739
Center for Technology Access and Training Sandtown Community Technology Resource Center $75,000
City of Refuge Access and Education: Improving Digital Equity in South Baltimore $75,000
Code in the Schools Digital Inclusion Implementation Program $75,000
Govans Ecumencial Development Corporation Stadium Place Seniors Tech Improvement Program $60,000
No Boundaries Coalition, Inc. Bridging the Digital Divide through Community Tech Access and Elder Tech Literacy $75,000
Open Works, Inc. Baltimore Community Connectivity Project $72,552
Rebuild Johnston Square Neighborhood Organization Johnston Square Digital Equity Computer Hub and Learning Lab $75,000

The Digital Equity Fund is supported by a grant from the American Rescue Plan Act.