Montclair Public Library has been named a 2021 Wi-Fi At Work Award by WifiForward, a coalition of companies, organizations and public sector institutions working to keep communities connected over the internet.
WifiForward’s Wi-Fi At Work Awards recognize organizations that have kept communities connected via Wi-Fi during this time. Montclair Public Library was specifically recognized for its Senior Hot Spot Program. WiFiForward awarded a total of 16 awards.
“We are honored to be recognized for our efforts to keep our community connected,” said Peter Coyl, Library Director. “We know how vital a resource the internet is in today’s society. With the pandemic finding ways for our Seniors to stay connected to friends, family, and their community during this global health crisis.”
“Wi-Fi is a literal lifeline,” said Ellen Satterwhite, spokesperson for WifiForward. “So many organizations found creative ways to bring this lifeline to more people when they needed it most. These Wi-Fi At Work Awards recognize these remarkable organizations. On behalf of all our coalition members, we are pleased to honor this vital work to connect our communities.”