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The Verizon Foundation commits to be the first to introduce 5G technology to schools across the U.S. in 2019.
Verizon donated $10,000 to the First Responders Foundation, an Omaha-based group that partners with police and fire departments to serve first responders and their families.
Verizon Foundation donates $1M grant to Red Cross for Hurricane Florence disaster relief.
5GEdTech Challenge will award the ten most compelling concepts a grand total of $1 million to implement at Verizon Innovative Learning schools.
Verizon Innovation Lab held in Sacramento in conjunction with TechNet’s California Diversity in Technology and STEM Week.
Verizon invests $200 million in STEM education initiative and will reach an additional five million students by 2023.
Verizon will donate $1 p/eligible phone trade-in up to $4M to DonorChoose.org to help provide tech, like tablets, laptops, 3D printers and VR gear to under-resourced schools.
To close the digital divide and provide equal access to quality education, we each must do our part.
Verizon Innovative Learning expands program enabling high school students to develop technology solutions for local small business using design thinking principles.
Verizon commits $500,000 to Tipping Point Emergency Relief Fund for North Bay wildfire relief.