Earlier this month, City National Bank of Florida (CNB)—a FIBA member institution since 2010— made a major donation of 179 desktop computers and peripheral equipment to the South Florida Digital Alliance (SFDA) thanks to the collaborative efforts of CEO Jorge Gonzalez, recently joined FIBA’s Board, and Fernando Capablanca, FIBA Past Chair and Board Member of City National Bank of Florida. Donations like these are repurposed for public schools, SFDA’s Community Technology Learning Centers (TLC)—23 publicly accessible sites across Miami-Dade and Broward—and to support various community initiatives and nonprofit organizations.
According to CNB President and CEO, Jorge Gonzalez “CNB has a very long history of assisting community projects and we are delighted to have established this relationship with SFDA to help increase and expand the literacy levels of our citizens, particularly the children. We congratulate FIBA and their Community Relations Committee for taking this initiative.”
FIBA is an active supporter of South Florida Digital Alliance that is a nonprofit foundation whose mission is to expand digital literacy and provide connectivity to all citizens regardless of income level, throughout South Florida. For more information and ways to donate, visit sfdigitalalliance.org.