Give Internet

Donate internet access to underprivileged high-school students.

Give Internet

More than 4 billion people around the world don’t have internet access. In today’s knowledge economy, their chances of success are close to zero.

GiveInternet.org is a nonprofit funding platform that allows you to sponsor monthly internet fees, computers and digital training for high school students in need.
 

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Ways to help

1. Choose Amount

Choose the desired amount and enter the credit card information.

2. Donate Monthly

The bank will automatically transfer the indicated amount of money from your account on the first of every month.

3. Receive reports

You will receive monthly reports for transparency via e-mail.

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Results

Have Access 299Students

has been donated 102979GEL

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Success stories

Tamar is a professional boxer. She believes that watching boxing matches online has helped her in improving her technique. She wants to become a rehabilitator and she's confident she can become a self-taught professional. She cannot afford private tutoring so she's also been preparing for the national entrance exams online (and our EdTech partners ensure that she has free access to their platforms). "The Internet is a source of endless information. And in today’s world, knowledge is everything."  

Tamar wants to fight against injustice. “I can never stand idly if I see someone being abused.” She wants to study law and become an investigator or a federal agent. She even considered army service. Now that she has internet access, she does homework online, remotely participates in youth projects and believes that she is now more organized and efficient. She’s keen on psychological and mystery films. Tamar loves interacting with people and believes that the positive emotions that we give out always come back to us.

Iakob is one our first beneficiaries. We are very proud to say that today he’s a successful graphic designer! He taught himself how to use Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator online. He became so proficient that our Chromebook was not strong enough to support his work - we had to give him a PC instead. And this is not all! He’s also a car geek. “I find the craftsmanship that goes into repairing machinery very interesting”. Who knows, maybe he’ll become a mechanic next? We’ll support him no matter what!

Mariam is in her final year of high school. Even though everybody has been telling her to pick a vocational career path, she’s certain that psychology is her calling. She’s not sure about which specialty she wants to choose but Mariam has always dreamed of working with children. This year the donated laptop comes especially handy - we’ve given her access to various online courses where she’s prepping for the entrance exams and learning English. Eventually she’ll also apply for a Master’s degree abroad. Good luck, Mariam!

Bagrat is in his final year of high school and is planning to study business and economics and become an auditor or an accountant. He’s studying for the upcoming entrance exams through an online course on his new laptop. He’s learning English online. Bagrat is an introvert and is always more eager to stay at home, read or watch movies than to hang out with his friends. Bagrat also has an interesting hobby - he creates figures out of paper. He’s been learning this on Youtube, but now he’s already creating his own designs.

Eka wants to become an ecologist. She usually keeps herself busy with studies, but whenever she finds the time, she dives into literature on ecology. She plans to study the field academically and make her own contribution. Eka is also a photographer - it wouldn’t surprise you to know that fall is her favorite time of the year for taking pictures - we’re sure her photos are very colorful! She believes that, above all, internet access is helping her raise her consciousness.

Tornike, 17, is a rising journalist with a bright future. Right now he’s trying to accumulate experience in radios and TV internships. He also founded a group for young journalists for gaining practical and theoretical knowledge in the field. Tornike is an advocate for accessible education - he believes that the underprivileged should not have to miss out on an education. Before he used to work from his friends’ houses and the school computer. Now he has his own laptop and he feels like the sky is the limit.

Mzia lives in a very small village in Western Georgia. She’s crazy about her friends and family but finds the environment quite tedious. And you wouldn’t blame her if you heard about all of her extraordinarily diverse interests. She’s fascinated by archaeology, geography, agriculture, Georgian prose… She’s not sure about what she wants to do in life, but she wants to have maximum impact on society. She’d love to go into agriculture… or maybe journalism. Why? So that she can raise awareness on the issues of her community.

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