Love Your Neighbors: Get Them Internet!

  • Income-based federal benefits like SNAP (food stamps), SSI, federal public housing assistance or Medicaid;
  • Free and reduced-price school lunch or breakfast;
  • Received a federal Pell Grant during the current school year;
  • Substantial loss of income due to job loss or furlough since February 29, 2020;
  • And more…. check out out, or in Spanish at
  • Call the FCC at 833–511–0311 or connect online with the Federal Communications Commission at; or
  • Work with your local internet company to apply — major companies like Comcast, Charter (Spectrum), AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile are participating and can help you get connected. Ask your local company.
Emergency Broadband Benefit flyer
  1. Share copies of the flyer (available n Spanish)via any direct service project or partners serving low-income people.
  • Run a soup kitchen? Make copies and distribute flyers (or in Spanish).
  • Volunteer at a food pantry or homeless shelter? Bring copies of the flyer (in Spanish) to distribute.
  • Volunteering at a community event? Bring flyers (in Spanish) and help people read them.
  • Help interested people with your phone on the simple easy-to-use web sites listed here, or help them call the toll free number to learn more and apply.

Download the flyer in word (add your logo if you wish) or pdf or black & white or in Spanish

Read the UCC media justice ministry’s 1, 2, 3 broadband blog

Use our outreach toolkit with social media and model language

Read more about the program

If you take action, share via the hashtag #GetConnectedEBB and #UCCMediaJustice



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UCC Media Justice

UCC Media Justice

The United Church of Christ's media justice ministry founded in 1959. Faithful advocacy for communication rights.