Bridging the Digital Divide in D.C.

We provide computer literacy and employment readiness skills to underserved communities throughout Washington, D.C. We aim to improve economic opportunities by providing computer and technology courses to low-income D.C. residents.

We are bridging the digital divide.

Urgent Call for DonationsFTT Happy Customer

By April 1, We Need:

  • 100 LED or LCD Monitors
  • Desktop & Laptop Computers (2009 or newer, in working order)
  • Accessories (VGA cords, USB mice and keyboards, flash drives …)

Your donation will affect lives! With a computer, parents can email their faraway children, seniors can research health issues, and unemployed D.C. residents can apply online and get hired for jobs! Plus, your donation will be tax deductible.

3 Ways to Donate:

  1. Donation Open House: Bring your donation to FTT, 4614 Minnesota Avenue, NE, on March 31 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  2. Contact Andrea Mack to schedule a drop-off on another day.
  3. If you have a large donation, we’ll pick it up! Email or call (202) 803-2704.


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Byte Back, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization (FEIN 52-2061398).