Two local organizations received big grants Friday to improve their technological abilities.
Habitat for Humanity of St. Joseph County and the Studebaker National Museum were given the grants as part of AT&T’s Excelerator Grant Program.
The goal of the grants is to enhance technology abilities of organizations involved in the local community.
AT&T Indiana President George Fleetwood stated, “I think it is very important overall to the community to bring technology to increase technology to help bridge the digital divide that exists in some communities and that's what we're committed to doing here today.”
Studebaker National Museum received more than $7,4000 from the grant.
Habitat for Humanity will have almost $4,300 to spend on technology from the grant.