Help us bridge the "Digital Divide" by supporting our campaign as part of DuckDuckGo's $500,000 Privacy Challenge

We are super excited and very honored to have been chosen to be one of the contestants in DuckDuckGo's $500,000 Privacy Challenge fundraiser. Your help is essential to meeting this goal. The team that raises the most money gets $50,000 .. second place $40,000, all the way down to sixteenth place gets $3,000 .. and there are weekly bonus challenges for orgs to win another $247,000. And there are other challenges each week - for instance any donation made between now and April 10 at 1:59:59pm ET will be matched - dollar for dollar - up to $3,000 ! And if we can raise $5000 by the end of the week we would get entered to win an additional $5000.

Please give your support ( or join the team to recruit other supporters ) at
Help us win up to $50,000
Our fundraising campaign is all about the Digital Divide - our goal for this fundraiser is to raise $100,000 so we can send 100 4G modems with unlimited data plans to public libraries in Puerto Rico, and to fund CryptoHarlem for the next year. If we can raise more than that number then we can send more modems to Puerto Rico! According to our research there are 66 public libraries in 43 cities and towns in Puerto Rico. Please help us to help underserved communities in Puerto Rico get online and to help CryptoHarlem continue its important work.

The Calyx Institute recently became the sponsor of the monthly security clinic CryptoHarlem. CryptoHarlem is a Digital Surveillance Clinic that has been meeting on a monthly basis since 2013 in the Harlem neighborhood of New York City. It is always open to the public and completely free of charge. You may have it seen featured in a recent episode of Vice's Motherboard: CryptoHarlem Is Teaching Digital Security to the Over-Surveilled Black Community