Washington, DC – DC Access, a Washington, DC-based ISP, announced today that it would be donating free wireless Internet for the 9th Jazz Gala & Auction, benefiting student programs at SWS at Peabody, a DC public school. The event will be held on March 25, 2006, 7pm at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church located at 3rd and A Streets SE.
“Being involved in the community is an important part of our business here on Capitol Hill,” said Martha Huizenga, marketing relations and sales for DC Access. “Being able to provide free wireless for events like the SWS Gala and Auction enables us to give back to the community that supports our business.”
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.
About SWS at Peabody
SWS at Peabody is a teacher-directed DC Public School. It operates under the direct authority of DCPS. The six teachers are responsible for the management and supervision of all school functions including personnel, enrollment, budget, curriculum, and school climate. Our 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.