Digital Access Grant
Empowering Homeschool Families
Are you a homeschooling family, dedicated to providing your child with the best educational experience possible? Love Well Spent believes that every young learner deserves access to technology, regardless of their background. Our Digital Access Grant is here to make that belief a reality.
What's in it for You?
FREE Tech: We provide a working pre-loved laptop, desktop or tablet device to empower your child's learning journey.
Service Learning: Discover the world of service learning and give back to your community.
Community: Join a vibrant community of like-minded homeschooling families.
I am forever grateful for the opportunity to enhance my children’s learning experience
Eligibility & Grant Guidelines
We are committed to bridging the digital divide and empowering homeschooling families through our Digital Access Grant. To ensure fairness and transparency in our selection process, we have established the following eligibility criteria and grant guidelines.
Homeschooling Families: Applicants must be homeschooling families in the United States, with students between the ages of 5 to 18.
Financial Need: Priority will be given to families facing financial barriers to accessing technology. While there is no strict income requirement, applicants should demonstrate financial need.
Single-Parent Families: Single-parent families who are homeschooling their children are encouraged to apply. We recognize the unique challenges they face and aim to provide support.
Families with Special Needs Learners: Families homeschooling special needs learners are eligible for the Digital Access Grant. We understand the importance of technology in meeting the educational needs of these students.
Educator's Commitment: Homeschool educators must be committed to integrating service learning into their curriculum and leading at least one service learning project during the grant period.
Access to Reliable Internet: Applicants should have access to a stable internet connection, as this will be necessary for online resources and support.
Legal Residency: Applicants must be legal residents of the United States.
Educational Impact: Grant recipients are expected to use the provided laptops primarily for educational purposes, ensuring that they contribute to the academic growth and development of their homeschool learners.
Service Learning Integration: Homeschool learners must complete at least one service learning project during the grant period. The project should have a positive impact on their local community.
Reporting and Accountability: Grant recipients will be required to provide periodic updates on the progress of their service learning projects. Love Well Spent may request testimonials and impact stories for promotional purposes.
Compliance: Grant recipients must comply with all relevant federal and state laws and regulations
- Stewardship of Resources: Grant recipients are responsible for the care and responsible use of the laptops provided.
What is the Digital Access Grant, and who is it for?
The Digital Access Grant is a program by Love Well Spent aimed at supporting homeschooling families in the United States. It provides homeschool educators with a tech device and resources while encouraging the integration of service learning into their curriculum.
Can I apply for the Digital Access Grant if I’m not familiar with service learning?
Absolutely! The Digital Access Grant is open to all homeschool educators, including those who may be new to service learning. We provide resources and training to help you get started.
How do I apply for the Digital Access Grant, and what is the application process like?
To apply, visit our online application page, complete the application form, and submit the required documents. Our selection committee will review applications, and successful applicants will be notified within 6 weeks of the application deadline.