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Our Sponsors

Through the support of our sponsors DHA residents and surrounding Denver communities are now receiving affordable high-speed internet options and computer devices for the home, and cutting-edge technology training from a network of five Technology Hubs.

Community Bridge Builder

Through a Comcast Internet Essentials Accelerator Funding grant, DHA is transforming five computer labs into Technology Hubs that will serve entire Denver communities in 2017 with the latest in digital technology, training opportunities, and high speed networks. In addition, Comcast’s Internet Essentials program, which provides low-cost, high-speed, home Internet access ($9.95/per month + tax), has been expanded to include all DHA residents through the HUD Housing Assistance Program. More information on Comcast Internet Essentials is available at http://InternetEssentials.com.

Digital Bridge Connector


A grant from the City of Denver, Office of Economic Development is creating a Technology Hub for the Westwood Homes community with high-speed WiFi internet network, new computers, interactive wall panel screen, and video-conference capabilities.


Digital Catalyst

Live Wire Networks is a broadband Internet company providing services to homes and business in Colorado. In 2017 Live Wire began installing WiFi that is available for no cost to DHA residents in the common spaces of several properties. Where service is available they provide in-home WiFi service for DHA residents with prices start $10/month with speeds ranging from 25-50 Mbps (after a $50 installation charge). DHA residents can apply by calling 303-458-5667 (selection option 1) or email sales@livewirenet.com.

PCs for People is a nonprofit that refurbishes computers from businesses and individuals. Since 2015 they have provided affordable PCs, internet, and repairs to DHA residents and others with limited experience with technology due to social, physical, or economic circumstances.

With the support of Verizon more than 30 DHA youth ages 12-18 in 2017 are receiving high level training in website development and coding from industry experts.


Become a Sponsor 

In order to make the ConnectHome Denver initiative available to the Denver Metro’s more than 650,000 low to moderate-income residents, program funding is being actively pursued through public and private resources.

Impact to Families

Your investment in ConnectHome Denver will establish a full-service Training and Learning Center “Technology Hub” supporting, not only DHA families, but an entire neighborhood of families and vital community organizations.

Through your valuable support, the Opportunity Center Technology Hubs will be equipped with the following technology and training capabilities:

  • Public Wi-Fi location providing Internet access to families residing in the surrounding community with a speed of 200 Mbps or greater
  • New computers running the latest in productivity software, including Office 2013
  • Large interactive Wall Board allowing for high quality training and the ability to digitally connect to instruction occurring across Colorado
  • Video conference equipment allowing DHA and other local agencies to present webinar trainings and meetings to a wide-ranging audience spread across the Metro area
  • Laser printer and scanning capabilities
  • Professional staff to conduct technology trainings and maintenance of high level equipment and software readiness for the surrounding community
  • Annual enrollment of more than 50 youth for participation in cutting edge programs covering coding, robotics and STEM
  • Provide DHA family’s living near Opportunity Centers with a mobile high-speed Internet Hot Spot for accessing from home and other locations. The devices will allow for customizable education filters and other controls by DHA staff.

Sponsorship Levels

If you would like to know more about sponsoring ConnectHome Denver please provide: