Spectrum Digital Education Grants

Spectrum provides grants to nonprofit
organizations that are in communities we serve.

FAQ

A: Too many U.S. adults still do not have broadband at home. Spectrum is committed to supporting organizations that educate community members on the benefits of broadband.

A: Applications can be filled out by clicking on the APPLY button on the Spectrum Digital Education Grants page. Only completed applications will be reviewed.

A: Visit spectrum.com/digitaled to determine if your organization is in a Spectrum market.

A: Applications must be received by 5:00 PM EDT on August 31, 2018.

A: Organizations will be notified in October 2018.

A: You will receive an acknowledgment email within 24 hours of your submission.

A: Spectrum will reach out via the email address provided on the application.

A: Spectrum will make every effort to contact each organization.

A: Only organizations receiving funding will be required to submit these documents. There is no need to submit them with the application.

A: No. Awards will only be granted to 501(c)(3) organizations.

A: Spectrum has made a $1 million total pledge to support digital education. There is no limit on the number of grants Spectrum will award.

A: Yes, up to 10 percent of the grant awarded can be spent on operational costs.

A: No. The funding cannot be used to pay any Spectrum bill.

A: Spectrum is awarding 12-month, non-renewable grants at this time.

A: Organizations are not limited to one application; however, ensure that each application independently meets the criteria outlined here.

A: Representatives from Spectrum leadership across various departments will select the grant recipients.

A: Grants will range from $2,500-$50,000, in general.

A: Yes. All questions during the open application period should be directed to DigitalEdGrant@spectrum.com. You will receive a response to your inquiry within 72 hours.