Hundreds of families in our community lost or will lose Internet access due to the end of the federally funded Affordable Connectivity Program. We need your help to ensure that students and their families continue to receive essential broadband services.

How To Help:

Littleton Public Schools offers complimentary hot spots to families, but they need Internet services to utilize them. That's where you come in.  Between May 10- June 30, 2024, the LPS Foundation is raising funds to pay for internet services for LPS families. $20 per month (or $240 for a year) will give an entire LPS family the critical connectivity they need for a year. 

Be a part of this campaign by:

  1. Donating to our "Bridging the Digital Divide" by Donating Below
  2. Sending a check to the LPS Foundation (5776 S. Crocker St., Littleton, CO 80120)
  3. Encouraging others to donate to the campaign

Whether you can give $5 or $500, every contribution is significant and will help us bridge the digital divide in our community.

Donate Now

Help our cause by contributing to our fundraising efforts.

No act of generosity is too small to make a difference.

With the ending of the Affordable Connectivity Program, many LPS families are facing higher Internet costs and the real risk of not being able to pay their Internet bills. Families without reliable broadband have a harder time staying connected with their schools and communicating with teachers. It's also difficult for students to complete their assignments. The LPS Foundation is trying to help families in need stay apace with their schools through their "Bridging the Digital Divide" campaign.                         

 -  Mike Porter, CIO, Littleton Public Schools

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