Our Mission:

“The ‘digital divide’ refers to the growing gap between the underprivileged members of society. . . who do not have access to computers or the internet; and the wealthy, middle-class, and young Americans living in urban and suburban areas who have access.”

- Stanford EDU

NNHS digital bridges raises money and donates laptops to schools in need, giving students their right to a modern education.


  • 3.9 billionb people without internet access.
  • 17 percent% of students are often unable to do homework because of unreliable access to a computer or the internet.
  • 70 percent% of teachers assign homework that requires computer access.
  • Two-thirds2/3 of White students report using computers at home vs. merely half1/2 of Black and Hispanic students.

Our Impact:

We've donated nearly $8,000.

4 Different schools: St. George's LP School in Attappady, Kerala, India, Salemwood Elementary School in Malden, MA, Frank M Silvia Elementary School in Fall River, MA, and Brookside Elementary School in Milford, MA.

After our first donation to an Indian Village: