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AT&T Foundation gives $1 million for technology access
San Antonio Business Journal – 3:04 PM CDT Monday
The AT&T Foundation has announced a $1 million grant to provide new technology resources for people with all types of disabilities.
The grant to the Community Technology Centers’ Network (CTCNet) is part of a three-year AccessAll initiative by AT&T to provide technology access to underserved communities. It will be used to fund training for community technology center staff on universal design and assistive technology that can be used to accommodate multiple learning styles and abilities.
CTCNet will make the AT&T funds available to regional centers through a competitive application process.
(The grant) will enable CTCNet to work with our member centers to demonstrate standards in universal design for space, learning, hardware and software,” says Kavita Singh, executive director of CTCNet.
The AT&T Foundation is the philanthropic arm of San Antonio-based AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T), one of the largest telecommunications holding companies in the world.