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Helping People to Help Themselves

As a social welfare agency, you recognize individual access to the internet is critical, now more than ever before due to COVID-19. From continuing education, job applications, school grades and more, the internet enables people to connect and move ahead in life. Together, we can provide internet to the people that need it the most.
Family Enjoying Low-Cost Internet for Social Welfare Agencies

The best part? Our service has fewer eligibility restrictions for disadvantaged or at-risk groups and we do it all so it’s accessible and attainable. Together, we believe we can reach those underserved and in need. With Wi-Fi hotspots readily available for use by social welfare staff as well as the individuals or families they serve, social welfare agencies will be able to work even harder to close the digital divide. Not only can social welfare agencies strengthen digital equity and inclusion in their communities, they can make it easier for the people they serve to pursue their goals and achieve their dreams.

Mobile Hotspots for Social Welfare Agencies
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Mobile Citizen Internet & Hotspots for Social Welfare Agencies

Whether your organization provides health, welfare or rehabilitation services, the goal is the same: to improve quality of life. Internet access has become an important piece of the puzzle. By offering high-speed internet access and mobile hotspots to underserved families or individuals in your programs, you can help them connect—and stay connected--to the health services, treatment programs and other social welfare services they need.

What Mobile Citizen can do for your organization

Mobile Citizen internet access empowers those you serve to:

  • Stay connected 24/7 from home (or wherever it’s needed)
  • Participate in digital literacy programs
  • Apply for other welfare services
  • Close the homework gap for children
  • Increase job skills
  • Enhance overall productivity