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Comcast and TDF Foundation Join Forces to Reduce Digital Divide in Pittsburgh

TDF Foundation Announces Initiative to Provide 25 Pittsburgh Familieswith Comcast’s Internet Essentials Service for One Year and a Computer

PITTSBURGH, PA (September 24, 2014) – Launched three years ago by Comcast, the Internet Essentials program helps close the digital divide by providing eligible families low-cost broadband service at home for $9.95 per month.  Today, the TDF Foundation joined Comcast, U.S. Congressman Mike Doyle and former Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch at the Estelle S. Campbell Boys & Girls Club in Lawrenceville to announce plans to provide Internet Essentials service for a year and a computer free to 25 local families.

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Macedonia FACE honors Charlie Batch

The highlight of the evening was the presentation of the “Friend of Children Award” to former NFL Quarterback, Charlie Batch. Batch was recognized for his unwavering commitment, via his Best of the Batch Foundation, to improve the lives of financially challenged children and their families.