Over 2,000 students and adults in Linden are without Computers, WIFI and Hotspots.
Hundreds of youth want to play sports but they fees, equipment and uniforms are unobtainable.
COVID-19 data has exposed the Digital Divide concerns in Linden and it’s surrounding communities of Central Ohio.
School-aged children, adults and seniors are without
Home Computers, WiFi or Hotspots.
Over 2000 school-aged students are with computer and/or WiFi access.
In additional to the Digital Divide concerns many of the youth sport programs in the community are unobtainable due to the fees
To help eliminate the Digital Divide, Pyramid CDC is participating in
the Columbus Foundation - Big Give Campaign.
We asking everyone all over the world to Jump To It on
June 10, 2020 starting at 10:00 am.
The event will last 25-hours.
Proceeds will benefit our Digital Divide and
Youth Sports programming in the Linden Community.
"Jump To It" for Digital Divide
We have from June 10th & 11th, for 25-hours to raise money.
Columbus Foundation will match a portion of the proceeds.
Note: Disclaimer, Participating in the Pyramid CDC "Jump To It" campaign is strictly voluntary. Pyramid CDC, the Columbus Foundation and any other associated party or organizers, are not responsible for any injuries caused by individuals participating in this event. Jump safely and responsibility.