About Us

The mission of the Local Connectivity Lab (LCL) is to facilitate community focused technology development and research in support of low-income, marginalized populations and groups. LCL is a non-profit that aims to work with communities to build sustainable community relations and to provide Internet to community via community networks maintained by the communities they serve.

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Community Tech Help

The Seattle Community Network organizes a community-run tech help desk supported by the Black Brilliance Research Project's Digital Stewards Program. Our help desk is best-effort and mainly volunteer-based, so our availability may be highly variable. Our help desk hours are virtual for now, though we hope to add in-person hours in the near future. Click below to visit our community help desk calendar and view other community support options.

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Our Partners

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All donations are made to Esther Jang at lcl@seattlecommunitynetwork.org

Please email us for donation questions or changes to your subscription. All donations will go towards our expenses and are tax deductible. LCL is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

Mission

To facilitate community focused technology development and research in support of low-income, marginalized populations and groups.