How can you bridge the digital divide? Ask Daisy Hampton, a 11 year old who has been addressing this question since New York Public schools went online at the height of the pandemic.
New York City, NY (NY1) - NY1 spotlighted Including You with support from the Girl Scouts of NYC. "
Silver Award Girl Scout Daisy of Troop 3332 is making sure kids in need have the tools to succeed while remote learning. This year, she created
and has donated nearly 50 laptops to children all over the country."
Including You is so excited to have recently partnered with Tom's Hardware to spread awareness on the digital divide. From the article: "Tom's Hardware is partnering with Including You to help source gently used PCs (desktops or laptops). We've reached out to our industry contacts seeking devices, we're scrounging around our closets and we're asking you, our readers, to do the same."
Daisy Hampton has given away 25 computers to help needy students — but her 26th was destined for someone closer to home. When she read a Daily News story about a Bronx student struggling to attend remote classes on a faulty iPad, she knew she had to help.
Daily News - OPED
Daily News NY - The Daily News published an OP-ED piece written by Including You's founder, Daisy. The piece covered the struggle students are facing in their new academic environment, and offered advice on how to make the classroom more inclusive.