Partnerships & Support
buildJUSTLY is a 501(c)(3) that works together with a community of partner organizations to empower the building of our country’s full economic potential through equitable technology.
Some of our partnerships & supporting organizations include:
The Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (GHCC) is a non-profit organization committed to promote and support the domestic and international economic development of Hispanic businesses and individuals, and to serve as a link between non-Hispanic entities and the Hispanic market in the state of Georgia.
Founded in 1998, PCs for People is a national leader in digital inclusion. Through an unwavering commitment to the communities we serve, we have provided 155,000 people with home computers, connected 165,000 people to low-cost internet, and recycled over 8 millions of pounds of electronics. Digital inclusion efforts such as ours are essential in today’s society, where it is increasingly hard to access education, healthcare or employment opportunities without access to a computer and the internet. Our model is a self-sustainable social enterprise centered on building community value in every part of our program.
Seattle is working together for digital equity, to ensure all residents and neighborhoods have the information technology capacity needed for civic and cultural participation, employment, lifelong learning, and access to essential services. The City of Seattle Information Technology Department collaborates with education, community and business partners on intentional strategies and investments to create opportunities and to reduce and eliminate historical barriers to technology access and use, connecting digital equity to smart cities and to other equity & justice work.
The Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute (CHLI) is the premier organization founded by Members of Congress to advance the Hispanic Community’s Economic Progress with a focus on Social Responsibility and Global Competitiveness.
Aneta Uplifts, in Atlanta, Georgia, builds productive and sustainable digital skills/literacy programs through new digital literacy programs or integration of digital skills components into existing programs.
Aneta Thomas Lee is a member of the National Digital Inclusion Alliance. She is an advisor for the Nonprofit Technology Network’s (NTEN) Digital Equity Certification and serves as an advisor for buildJUSTLY.
Launched in 2011, Digital Charlotte is based on the premise that digital literacy skills are instrumental to creating educational and economic opportunities for all.
Digital Charlotte was developed as a component in the Queens Knight School’s Master Plan to strengthen digital and media literacy in Charlotte, North Carolina.