In Illinois, 1.1 million low-income families do not have access to a computer. Across the country, four in 10 adults with low incomes face the same barrier. PCs for People wants to fix that by offering affordable computers and mobile internet service to low-income individuals and families in Chicago and beyond.
For our weekly series “Chicago Innovators,” Reset checks in with the national nonprofit to learn more about the organization’s work and mission.
GUEST: Loren Williams, account executive for sourcing at PCs for People