ACP In the Community: Goodr

Last Saturday, Verizon and Goodr, a local non-profit, teamed up to run a mobile grocery store at the Andrew & Walter Young YMCA in Southwest Atlanta. With a shoppable 26-foot truck, the store was stocked to give 200 food insecure families food for a week.

In addition to free groceries, Verizon was also there – along with Safelink Wireless and the Diversity Cyber Council – to educate attendees about the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) as part of Online for All’s ACP Week of Action.

Check out this video to learn more about the event and its impact in Southwest Atlanta!


VIP Series: Armed Services YMCA

September 13, 2023 Over 115,000 military families in the Marines, Navy and Coast Guard call San Diego home. In fact, at any given time, one third of all active-duty Marines are stationed...

Verizon Small Business Digital Ready in Detroit

September 12, 2023
To learn more about Small Business Digital Ready, visit: Verizon understands that for Small Businesses to thrive, they need to understand all the tools at their disposal. This...

Be a community partner in the 4th industrial revolution.

Learn More

US Tech Future is a Verizon-led community-focused initiative working to engage the local community in a discussion about technology and how it can improve the lives of local residents for their benefit and the benefit of the community as a whole.

Our mission is to engage with citizens and community stakeholders in USA to provide information on how technology can work to have a dramatic impact on the way we work and live in our communities.