DC Access Donates WiFi to Annual Fundraiser for School-within-School program at Peabody

By DC AccessMarch 31, 2008Press Releases, WiFi

Washington, DC — For the third year in a row, DC Access will donate free Wireless Internet (WiFi) to the annual Jazz Gala and Auction for the School-within-School (SWS) at Peabody School on Stanton Park. The event will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 5 at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church (3rd and A Streets, SE).

“Being able to provide technology support for wonderful events like the SWS auction is a rewarding way to leverage our expertise and give back to the community where we live and work,” says Martha Huizenga, partner at DC Access.

SWS is a teacher-directed DC Public School serving pre-kindergarten and kindergarden students on the Peabody campus. Its mission is to support and develop children’s potential through a child-centered, collaborative teaching and learning environment inspired by the philosophy and practice of the Reggio Schools in Reggio Emilia, Italy.

This is the 11th annual Jazz Gala and Auction, which raises funds that are critical to supplementing insufficient funding from DCPS and helping SWS serve the neighborhood’s children. DC Access also donated WiFi to the auction in 2006 and 2007. WiFi streamlines the auction process, giving organizers access to an online system where they track donations, bidders, winning bids and process payments at the end of the night.

About DC Access, LLC 

Founded in 1999, DC Access is Washington’s DC first and only wireless Internet service provider (WISP). The company also offers dial-up access and web hosting. DC Access customers receive the benefits of high-speed broadband without having to order DSL or cable from a large provider. DC Access has earned a reputation for offering reliable, affordable and personal service to its customers. DC Access has been profitable from the first day of operation. The DC Access strategy has always been consistent and steady growth. DC Access is privately held and headquartered on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.

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