“Dayton Metro Library is committed to building equity in the community,” said Tim Kambitsch, Dayton Metro Library executive director. “This includes connecting patrons with support systems and increasing access to resources for minority, disadvantaged and new residents. By providing free home internet access, we are breaking down barriers and providing an opportunity for people to continue affordable internet access into the future. This could positively impact a child’s success in school, an adult’s search for employment or an older person’s ability to stay connected with friends and family.”
The Get Connected program was made possible by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services and CARES Act funds.
For more details visit daytonmetrolibrary.org/getconnected or call the library’s Ask Me Line at 937-463-2665.