Each Friday we will share information about one of the listings in our Little Miss Hannah Resource and Service Directory.
Mission: Offer students K – 14th grade the opportunity to enhance their education through the use of technology at home.
Computers for Kids, Inc. (CFK) is a non-profit 501(C)(3) organization formed in 2002 that receives donated computers from individuals and businesses, then refurbishes and licenses them for distribution to students for their home use. As a part of this program, each student’s educational needs are considered and software programs are provided to assist them in improving their studies.
Closing the “digital divide” and increasing knowledge and skills through use of home computers offers individuals in today’s society an equal opportunity to succeed. Reuse, reduction and recycling are key components of their program that has long-reaching effects benefiting the community and the environment. However, it is first and foremost our mission to offer students (K-14th grade) the opportunity to enhance their education through the use of technology at home.
That is the Computers for Kids program – a program of education and community service designed to keep today’s youth knowledgeable and educated in an electronic world.
Every student, K-14th grade is eligible for a computer, their program is NOT income based. Every child that applies receives a computer.