Our employees engage in a range of causes and activities that are important to us and make a social and personal impact, such as volunteering at community organizations and participating in donation drives. As a business, we celebrate and honor the diversity of our employees’ cultures and backgrounds, and engage in conversations about equity and inclusion in a culturally responsible and sensitive manner.

Charities we support

AriaCares makes an impact

  • Earth Day
  • Meals on Wheels
  • Philabundance Food Bank
  • San Francisco-Marin Food Bank
Donation drives
  • AIDS/LifeCycle
  • California Wildfires
  • COVID Relief
  • Hurricane Harvey
  • Mazzoni Center
  • Nepal Earthquake
Diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Black History Month
  • Celebrate and honor our diverse cultures
  • Pride Month
  • Social Justice Campaign
  • Women of Aria

Aria is an official sponsor of is a non-profit organization that works to bridge the global digital divide by connecting students, refugees, women and underserved communities to the internet.

Providing these groups with technology and connectivity can lead to greater employment opportunities, as well as enhanced access to education, healthcare, and financial services. As a member of the global telecommunications ecosystem, we are proud to participate in the effort to bridge the global digital divide.

How CSPs are stepping up to narrow the global digital divide

Access to technology and ubiquitous, high-speed internet is no longer a luxury but a critical necessity. Yet, for significant portions of the world’s population, reliable connectivity is either extremely limited or virtually nonexistent. In fact, only 66 percent of the world’s population has internet access.  

As a result, a digital divide has emerged where those without access to connectivity are simply unable to participate in today’s globally interconnected and digitized world.

Closing the Digital Divide Part 2: How Tech Companies are Stepping Up

The data suggests that the road to closing the divide and enhancing digital equity is a long one. But, in various ways and with different approaches, technology companies have joined CSPs and government organizations in responding to the need to expand the availability of affordable technology and to ensure that as many people as possible can join and thrive in today’s interconnected, digital world.

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