Connecting Minority Communities (CMC) Pilot

We are closing the digital divide in underserved communities of Southeast Raleigh (NC). The Digital Equity Coalition for Change is making great strides to ensure that Southeast Raleigh residents are fully connected!

Together We Can Make A Difference!


We will ensure that residents have access to reliable, high speed internet.


We will help residents locate low-cost and refurbished devices.


We will teach digital literacy skills and assist residents as they apply these skills to meet their goals.

You Can Participate

We are working within a 15-mile radius of Saint Augustine’s University. If you need affordable internet, devices, or free training, we want to hear from you.

Targeted Communities

We are conducting outreach and learning about the needs of residents in several communities, some of which are highlighted below. We’re offering training too!

Beacon Ridge

1510 Beacon Ridge Court

Booker Park North and South at Washington Terrace

501 Sunglow Lane and 421 Sunglow Lane, Respectively

Glenbrook Crossing

336 Dacian Road

Meadowcreek Commons

1601 Royal Pines Drive

The Village at Washington Terrace

1951 Booker Drive


1034 Bragg Street

Covered Populations

Below are some of the groups that we will be serving during this pilot initiative.

Adults 55+
Justice-Involved Individuals
People with Disabilities
Racial and Ethnic Minorities
Unemployed/Underemployed Adults

A big thanks to our partners who know that teamwork makes the dream work!

Saint Augustine's University

This endeavor is made possible through a grant from the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA). Saint Augustine’s University is serving as the anchor institution and TGX Development (TGX) is overseeing the community pilot with assistance from Southeast Raleigh Promise (SERP).