The Techpoint Foundation was instrumental in Net Literacy’s (www.netliteracy.org) birthing process. Said Daniel Kent, President of Senior Connects (now call Net Literacy), “the Techpoint Foundation was the first organization that provided Net Literacy Funding – together with Bright House Networks. This provided us a $20,000 grant in 2005 and enabled us to expand our offering to include Internet safety and reducing the digital divide among youth.” The Techpoint Foundation continued funding us for the next couple of years until they made the decision to focus their efforts to help New Tech High at Arsenal Tech. New Tech High began operations in 2008 and Net Literacy formed a chapter at New Tech High in 2009. ”
In 2007, the Techpoint Foundation awarded Net Literacy the Bridge Builder Award.” More can be seen here.