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Philly’s Digital Literacy Alliance has $175K to back innovative projects

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The 19-organization coalition hoping the shrink Philly’s digital literacy gap has $175,000 ready to back innovative projects.

The Digital Literacy Alliance’s 2018 round of grants are now open for Philly organizations and individuals to apply. By March 28, those hoping to have access to the funds must submit letters of intent detailing how their project will “work to address issues of digital literacy and inclusion.”

Last year, the coalition deployed $167,010 in grant money to eight nonprofits for projects ranging from workshops to spot fake news (Mighty Writers’ winning proposal) to tablet training sessions for senior citizens (by nonprofit Generations Online.)

This year,

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