Our region has an abundance of non-profit organizations in many different spheres of service.
From world-class cultural institutions and museums to innovative environmental and animal welfare organizations to caring and supportive human services agencies, the non-profits of Cape Cod, the Islands and Southeastern Massachusetts offer direct help, creative opportunities, community experiences and critical support for thousands of residents and visitors.
With OpenCape's 100% Fiber Optic Network, non-profit organizations can:
OpenCape provides affordable access to its 100% Fiber Optic Network to non-profits in our region. We work with a variety of organizations in many sectors to address their individual and specific needs and develop internet service solutions that will support their work.
OpenCape can be a leader in making our 100% fiber Internet affordable and accessible to everyone in our communities, though committed mission driven projects and strategies that build upon our core strengths and services.
Access to high-speed reliable 100% Internet means cultural institutions, museums, environmental and animal welfare organizations, and human services agencies can offer online programming, facilitate application processes, provide essential services and consistently support and assist their constituents and clients.
Supporting our region’s abundance of non-profit organizations
As part of our ongoing commitment to supporting other non-profits in our region, OpenCape will select one not-for-profit organization per quarter to subsidize a portion of the connection fee and offer discounted service. We realize that community organizations need robust, reliable Internet connectivity to serve their constituents and clients and we are proud to partner with them to make our 100% fiber network accessible and affordable.
Organizations who have already partnered for internet connectivity with OpenCape through this innovative collaboration include the Cotuit Center for the Arts, Center for Coastal Studies, Highfield Hall and the Cape Cod Museum of Art.