Who We Help

Our beneficiaries are K-12 students who attend school full-time. This generation, often dubbed Generation Z, has grown up in an age of innovation, surrounded by technology and widespread use of social media and the Internet. Our goal is to put technology tools in the hands of these young learners.

Funding Priority

Foundation proposals should demonstrate benefits to students who, because of financial or other significant life challenges, do not have access to the equitable technology necessary for remote education within their community.

Although we do not require applicants to disclose designation as a Title 1 school, or participation in the USDA’s Free and Reduced Lunch Program, the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act, or other forms of federal social aid, the inclusion of data or participation in these types of programs provides context for the need.

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  • Please provide additional information to help us understand your request and give context for the need (up to 250 words).

Our Process

To request assistance from the foundation please contact us by calling or emailing edward@KidsEdTech.org. All requests will need to submit a written proposal before technology resources can be delivered.

Each proposal must:

  1. Explain the need and situation
  2. Describe who will benefit
  3. Provide details about your request and any technology interfaces we need to understand
  4. Indicates the organization (school district) making the request
  5. Describes the learning resources currently in place
  6. Provides a Point of Contact phone number, email, and mailing address