What is NaLA?
NaLA is a non-profit, cooperative, educative organization that advocates for the Lifeline program, its participants as well as ETCs, distributors, agents and other Lifeline supporters.
What is NaLA's Goal?
To continue the advancement of the Lifeline program for the individuals who need it most. NaLA members strongly believe that everyone in America should have access to essential communications services.
Why Is NaLA Lifeline Agent Training Important?
The Lifeline Agent Training program is a validating tool for the FCC to recognize the importance of the Lifeline program for recipients, agents, ETCs, and advocates. The training program serves as a nationally recognized verification of compliance that benefits Lifeline agents by minimizing the risk of potential ETC partners. By participating in the program you are not only demonstrating your compliance, but also standing as a unified entity in support of preserving the future of Lifeline.
How Will Contributions Be Used?
As a non-profit organization, NaLA asks for contributions to help cover the cost of advocating for Lifeline to government and other influential groups. NaLA is fighting for the rights of those such as the very poor, veterans, and individuals on SSI/SSDI. If the NaLA team doesn’t fight for their Lifeline rights and the rights of the telecommunications groups that serve them, who will?