Once a year the combined
federal campaign runs an open campaign to the public until
December. Contributions can be deducted from your pay check which
allows donors like yourself to contribute with out feeling obligated
to give a lot at one time. For more information on the campaign
check the campaign website. There motto this year is "You
have the Power to Give"
Your contributions to our organization will assist us
to continue to provide our programs and service to families. Below
you will find how your contributions can help the community that
- $2/month will purchase
educational software for a student or teen mother.
- $5/month will purchase
a wireless network card, or replace a broken modem.
- $7/month will help print
copies of the learning curricula, volunteer manuals, and forms.
- $10/month will pay for
a session with a guest speaker.
- $25/month will assist
in providing Internet service.
- $50/month will provide
supplies and materials for one after school site.
to donors of the CFC Campaign
Working through enhance partnerships with community based organizations,
corporations, technology centers and local schools, Digital Sisters
provides assistance in closing the gender and diversity gap in
technology by developing and implementing programs that promote
needed life skills training. Our educational philosophy is based
on a participatory and interactive learning approach.
We provide technical support for school programs;
seminars in technology curriculum integration, and field trips
for the students in the youth business institute. We have currently
served over 300 participants and partnered with more than 15 organizations.
Our major programs are our Girl Tech Clubs, Teen Mom Program,
Techno Activism, and our Technology Donation Program. We are unique
in that we bring our programs to our community. We set up after
school computer clubs in schools and centers. We provide training
and educational program with mobile labs.
Use of technology as a tool for life and academic enrichment
is a strategy that focuses on technology as a social service,
this is our strategy. By the year 2008 there will be 1.3 million
new technology workers and 65% of the economy will be based on
technology by the year 2010 (NSF 1996 Report). Technology is more
than a mere luxury it has become a critical necessity along with
reading, writing and mathematics.
of the charities can be accessed online in pdf
format. We are listed on page 73.
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card get one here.
CFC# is 5630
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