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Connecting our community with access to internet for low-income families in South LA


a digital divide crisis

Our South LA community has been disproportionately impacted by COVID

South LA students are 3 times less likely to keep up with their school curriculum due to either poor or no internet connectivity than students in other parts of LA county. Families who have received hotspots through school programs state very slow internet speeds and limited bandwidth to support multiple kids in the family with distance learning.  

1 in 5

South LA families lack adequate internet connectivity and cannot afford it 


of South LA households are low-income


of families reported losing employment due to COVID-19


Report having no or inadequate access to the internet to meet their child's distance learning needs, forcing their children to do school work on cell phones or in retail parking lots

This leaves our South LA Families disconnected from their schools and the world.


what we're doing about it

1000 days of internet

for 1000 families

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SoLa I CAN Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization which makes all donations to us tax-deductible.

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if you can see it, you can be it

Mission Statement

Working to end intergenerational poverty in South Los Angeles through community development and access to economic opportunity.


The SoLa I CAN Foundation (est. 2017), the 501(c)3 nonprofit affiliate of SoLa Impact, is built on a simple premise: If you can see it, you can be it. SoLa aims to improve the lives of South LA residents through access to educational, technological, and economic opportunities.  We work towards uplifting underserved Black and Latinx communities by providing:

  • Career development

  • Technology education

  • Financial literacy

  • College Readiness and Scholarships

Initiative of SoLa I CAN