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Tech Goes Home is grateful for the support of our corporate, foundation, government, and philanthropic partners who are collaborating with us to fight for digital equity. Check out some of our investors below.


City of Boston

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Cummings Foundation

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Essex County Community Foundation

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Michael & Susan Dell Foundation

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Next Level Social Impact

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Massachusetts Broadband Institute


Jewish Vocational Service

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Patrick J McGovern Foundation

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Cambridge Savings Charitable Foundation

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Alliance for Digital Equity

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The Devonshire Foundation

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Commonwealth of Massachusetts

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Capital One

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Liberty Mutual Foundation

Alexion Charitable Foundation
Alliant Credit Union Foundation
The Beker Foundation
Brigham & Women's Hospital

Cambridge Community Foundation

Chadwick Martin Bailey Inc.

The Devonshire Foundation

Edith C. Crocker Charitable Foundation

Epic Systems

Everett Public Schools, Office of English Learners

Fish Family Foundation

Fred J. Brotherton Foundation

Goodman-Swindell Family Foundation

Plymouth Rock Assurance Foundation

Reverend John Finley

Stax Inc.

TJX Companies

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A group of Tech Goes Home learners with their new Chromebooks

Strong partnerships 

make it all possible.

TGH relies on the support & partnership of our investors and donors. We welcome you to join us in achieving our goal of ensuring that every Greater Boston resident has the skills, tools, and access to take full advantage of the internet and the opportunities it offers.

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