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 here. 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 has made great progress during this 6-month break. Thanks to the great efforts of several volunteers we have been able to accomplish some big goals. Perhaps the most challenging and most rewarding of these has been the publication of the CDD Book titled “Stories of Success.”
This book features formal portraits taken by photographer Mark Hanauer. Mark collaborated with Los Angeles based writer, Jeff Nicosia, who wrote the biographies. These “stories” focus on graduates of the CDD Training Program and how the training influenced their success. It is a true testament to the many volunteers who have dedicated so many hours to support our students. Each student shares their unique story and how the chance to better themselves through computer training affected their perspective on life. We hope you take a moment to look at CDD’s work in a lovely bound book at http://blur.by/1bJY32E.
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