Over the years, the Internet has become the Noyes Foundation’s primary source of communication with the public. We utilize a website, a Twitter account and a Facebook page. Grant applications are accepted through the Internet and our newsletter, Noyes News, is disseminated electronically to about 3,000 people.
While acknowledging the benefits of the Internet, the Foundation is also aware of the digital divide that exists in many rural and some urban communities. We, and we encourage others to, give thoughtful consideration to issues related to the Internet, especially with regard to access for all regardless of income status or geographic location. We hope to be part of a broader dialogue about the meaningful uses of digital technology and the potential for its misapplication.