Kathie’s Test Page (Content for TECHquity)

The TECHquity Fund is taking applications on a rolling basis through November 17, 2023. Applicants can expect to hear back from us within a month of applying. Read on to learn more about eligibility, grant prioritization and how to apply.

Click to Apply As An Individual

Destination: Home will purchase the tech items on behalf of the individual grantee and facilitate delivery or item pickup. We will consider individual requests to fund technology needs including but not limited to internet connectivity, personal devices, software, memberships and training valued up to $1,000. Individuals must meet the following criteria:

  • At or below 30% of the Area Median Income (“extremely low-income” or ELI); and
  • A resident of Santa Clara County with lived experience of homelessness and/or housing instability who is connected to supportive services, and either:
    • Is enrolled in employment training and/or traditional education;
    • Has employment that requires the use of the requested technology; and/or
    • Is actively involved in advocating for the unhoused and/or supporting the community- or system-based initiatives (e.g., community organizing, rank and review, ongoing feedback/input opportunities, task forces, steering committees, tenant groups, etc.).

Applications will be prioritized for individuals currently enrolled in traditional education or employment training, are employed, or are actively participating in a community or coordinated system-based activity leading to solutions and/or improvements in Santa Clara County.

Click to Apply As An Organization

We will consider agency requests to fund needs related to internet connectivity, hardware, software, and training for up to $20,000. Nonprofit organizations must meet the following criteria:

  • Registered 501(c)3 organization or fiscally sponsored by one, in good standing;
  • Provide direct services to people in the Santa Clara County Supportive Housing system & who are at or below 30% of the area median income (“extremely low-income” or ELI); and
  • Have a clear plan and capacity to spend funds within 90 days.


  • Organizations that proselytize or require participation in religious activities or programming to be eligible or prioritized for services.
  • Organizations that require adherence or conversion to any religious doctrine in order to be an employee of the organization. 
  • Organizations that question or deny scientific evidence or best practices related to disease transmission, harm reduction, public health, or civil rights.
  • Organizations that discriminate based on gender, sexual orientation, race, or ethnicity, religious belief or lack thereof, disability, immigration status.

Applications will be prioritized for organizations who are:

  • Serving people who are currently without housing or shelter
  • Predominantly serving Black, Indigenous, and other People Of Color (BIPOC) 
  • Being led by people with lived experience of homelessness or who identify as BIPOC 
  • With budgets under $1,500,000

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