E2D is on a mission to close the digital divide in Charlotte-Mecklenburg schools

Through a strategic partnership with E2D aimed at closing the digital divide in Charlotte (NC), Crown Castle has provided the company with $25,000 to purchase hardware supplies including hard drives, power cords and batteries – all essential parts to building a computer. "We get in computers from some sources that are missing things… and we needed a budget we can apply to buying hardware supplies to complete these computers," said E2D founder Pat Millen. "It was really serendipitous, and it’s resulted in more than 500 computers that we’ve made viable."

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