Are you in need of affordable home internet?
Jefferson Franklin Community Action Corporation is conducting a Digital Inclusion Project thanks to the Digital Demonstration Project Grant awarded by the Missouri Department of Broadband Development. The Digital Demonstration Project Grant funds projects and research to help determine what activities most effectively improve digital equity and inclusion. JFCAC is one of the ten agencies awarded and one of four that will be gathering data while promoting participation in the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP).
Digital Demonstration Program Survey
Internet is a need for many in our community for work, school, health care and more. We ask that you please complete this short survey, assisting JFCAC with providing data to the state about what internet needs our Jefferson and Franklin County households have and are lacking. This Internet Use Survey is anonymous and includes questions related to access to internet, how you use internet or would like to use and your comfort level using device programs.
This Digital Inclusion Project is made possible by a grant funding from the Missouri Department of Broadband Development.
The Affordable Connectivity Program, which is an FCC benefit program that helps ensure that households can afford the broadband they need. The benefit provides a discount of up to $30 per month toward internet service for eligible households.
Household income at or below 200% poverty rate or receives one of the following: