Low Income Survivors to Thrivers
NEED FOOD? Contact the USDA National Hunger Hotline by dialing 1-866-3-HUNGRY, 1-877-8-HAMBRE, or texting 914-342-7744.

Free Education & Activities (All Ages)

U.S. Education Resources

STUDENT LOAN BORROWERS

Save Time and Money On Student Loans with Savi (bysavi.com)

“Savi helps America’s 46 million student loan borrowers easily lower their payments and find forgiveness. Join hundreds of partners that offer Savi technology and resources.”

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

Experience of Studying in the USA (state.gov)

ONLINE CHILDREN’S LEARNING RESOURCES

ESL & DUAL LANGUAGE LEARNERS

FUN ONLINE ACTIVITIES 4 ALL AGES

Seniors at Home, a Division of Jewish Family Children’s Services San Francisco, Peninsula, Marin, and Sonoma County, compiled a list of social options and activities, which includes online resources for people of ll ages. Enjoy Online activities, museum tours, music, exercise, and more!

HIGHER EDUCATION RESOURCES

RE-ENTRY EDUCATION

DACA AND UNAUTHORIZED IMMIGRANTS’ RESOURCES

FINANCING HIGHER EDUCATION (UNDERGRAD & GRAD SCHOOL)

FREE COLLEGE PROGRAMS

Which States Offer Tuition-Free Community College?
https://scholarships360.org/college-admissions/are-community-colleges-free/

States With Free College Programs – NerdWallet

TUITION-FREE UNIVERSITY DEGREES!

Interested in tuition-free online accredited education that’s really affordable? University of the People offers a number of certificates, Associate, Bachelor, and Master’s Degree programs with a focus on Business Administration, Computer Science, Health Science, and Education.

FREE ONLINE COURSES FROM TOP UNIVERSITIES

COLLEGE COURSES FOR OLDER ADULTS

VIRTUAL CLASSES AND CONNECTIONS FOR OLDER ADULTS

NEED A LOW-COST COMPUTER, INTERNET SERVICE, OR FREE DIGITAL SKILLS TRAINING?

EveryoneOn unlocks opportunity by connecting families in underserved communities to affordable internet service and computers, and delivering digital skills trainings.”

Find out if you qualify for Lifeline Discounted Phone and Internet Service.

Get Internet | The White House

Affordable Connectivity Program | Federal Communications Commission (fcc.gov)

Affordable Connectivity Program Consumer FAQ

The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) helps low-income households pay for broadband service and internet-connected devices.

Affordable Connectivity Program – Universal Service Administrative Company (usac.org)

Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC’s) Universal Service High-Cost Program

The program is designed to ensure that consumers in rural areas, other high-cost building areas, and territories (also known as “insular” areas) have access to modern broadband networks at rates that are comparable to those in urban areas. This includes voice services and fixed and mobile networks for data. 

Learn more about free or low-cost computers and training.

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