CDD is very pleased to announce the publication of our new book. This is a book of portraits by Mark Hanauer taken of several graduates of our program. You can see the book at http://blur.by/1bJY32E. A portion of every sale will go to support our 10th year in 2014!
Crossing the Digital Divide is a non-profit organization with a very specific goal; to close the gap between the haves and the have-nots by bringing technology to the most vulnerable and "in need" of our society, people in recovery.
CDD Rolls Out New Program in 2014
The celebration has already started as CDD's 10th year quickly approaches! Let the banner unfurl and the parade begin as we proudly announce this great achievement. It is the achievement of hundreds of community minded people over the past ten years who understood the importance of supporting at-risk adults in Los Angeles.
This is truly your achievement and your success. This is your organization. CDD was started on a belief that everyone deserves a 2nd chance and that everyone must have computer training. CDD has been run 100% by volunteers over these ten years. This has only been possible from a groundswell of the best educated rising up to support the least educated in our city. The digital age must be all-inclusive. The digital divide must be bridged. This has been a truly democratic and inspiring experience.
We offer a variety of items, from t-shirts to coffee mugs with the CDD logo. We also offer items with a photo of the original painting by John Roberston
, "Digital Divide".
All proceeds support CDD.
We have a talented and passionate group of volunteers.
Their hard work and generosity drive our projects! Our
volunteers work together on everything from setting up computer
labs to teaching classes. The need for our services is very
high and we would appreciate your help. Learn More
CDD hosted its fourth Cri-Help! Graduation Ceremony on August 19th and its Second Walden House Graduation Ceremony on August 18th. CDD computer training is on-going
at Cri-Help, House of Uhuru, San Gabriel Latino Family
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Center, and Walden House. Learn more
CDD conducts frequent volunteer meetings, instructor
training, and supporting events. Learn More
Crossing the Digital Divide need your vital support to
expand our efforts. Tax deductible donations of money,
computers, or computer equipment are appreciated. Your
generosity is critical to the success of our future. Learn More