Let's Close the Gap Together!
Today, with COVID-19 interrupting services provided to communities nationwide, we need your support to ensure that CfAL families have uninterrupted access to technology and training programs.
From volunteering to joining our board or making a donation, you can join us! With you, we can close the technology gap and help families expand learning to their home.
Concepts for Adaptive Learning is able to sustain its programs through generous donations from foundations, businesses, volunteers, and individuals such as you.
Support of all types and sizes make a HUGE impact!
In light of COVID-19, your financial support is needed more than ever! As unemployment continues to challenge many, adults and parents need technology support to building meaningful skills that will help re-enter the workforce. Last year, 23.4% of participants reported that the CfAL Technology & Computer Training program helped to retain their employment.
Meanwhile, CfAL's Technology and Computer Training for Youth teaches more than 50 students each week to develop websites, podcasts, videos/photos, and even build and code robots!
Your financial contribution expands CfAL programs to more communities. Financial contributions provide training and technology resources to more families. Donations help school children access distance learning, while adults benefit from building computer skills used in the workplace.
Your donation helps sustain programs that support children’s academic achievement and help adults build technology skills.
Interested in making an even greater impact?
Become a Sponsor or monthly donor and help empower more individuals through technology education programs. Click to learn how your giving amount will impact the community.
Do you have experience building computers? Are you familar with technology and want to help others? Your time is valuable! We are looking for volutneers to refurbish computers to be donated to families and support individuals in our virtual computer lab, known as HOLA! (HOLA! stands for Hands-on LIVE Assistance.)
Examples of volunteer support will range from teaching computer basics and creating resumes to applying to jobs online, as well as assisting students with computer assignments and build computer skills from learning to create websites to coding games.
Familiar with computers? We also need volunteers to help refubrish donated computers! Or become a mentor in our Tech4Teens program! Whatever your passion...we hope you will share it with us!
Volunteer shifts vary based on volunteers’ availability.
Donate a Computer
Do you have multiple old computers sitting around? We can refurbish them and provide them to families!
Concepts for Adaptive Learning (CfAL) accepts desktop and laptops computers. Donated computer equipment must be in working condition and meet the following configurations:
Processors running at 1.8 GHz or faster;
1 gigabytes of memory (RAM) or larger;
Multple units of at least 5 or more of same computer model
Monitors (if appropriate) at least a 17-inch flat screen without cracked cases or scratched screens.
We are happy to pick-up! Please email email@example.com for more information.
Ways to give and connect:
5 Science Park Suite 2C
New Haven, CT 06511
Over the Phone
Want more information about giving?
Tel: (475) 227-3270
Text to Give
Text the phrase "Donate cfal"