CFK CEO WINS AWARD
CFK is proud to announce that CEO Molli Wingert was recently honored with the 2013 Top Tech Exec Award for Nonprofit. Molli would like to express her sincere gratitude to the judges for bestowing this honor. As the CEO of Computers for Kids, Inc she was excited for the opportunity to share her passion for service through technology alongside many other distinguished and well deserving businesses of Nevada. She is honored to receive this award and to be a service to students of Nevada and Idaho. To read more about the award and the other winners click here.
THANK YOU VERIZON
Everyone at Computers for Kids would like to thank Verizon Wireless for their kindness and generousity. Verizon Wireless awarded CFK a grant for $4,165 to help provide computers for our students. So it deserves repeating: Thank you Verizon.
ELKS TOOK A BIG BYTE TO HELP NEVADA STUDENTS
Computers for Kids would like to thank the members of the Las Vegas Elks Lodge #1468 for holding a great computer donation drive to benefit our Nevada students. It was an awesome turn out. We appreciate the Las Vegas Community for coming out and showing their support. Thank you everyone!
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Welcome to Computers for Kids, Inc.
CFK offers children an exciting opportunity to gain the necessary high tech skills needed to join the workforce as computer literate adults and navigate in our complex electronic world.
Thousands of students have been assisted to date, with the possibilities for further distributions growing exponentially. This is a result of new computer products being developed and
produced, and companies replacing their existing systems.
CFK has distributed over 30,000 computers and recycled over 1,400 tons of computers, monitors, and computer equipment to
date. Donations of computer equipment and software programs for CFK's program are received from individuals, schools and government agencies. Our donation program helps to address the
growing problem of older computer systems being discarded to the landfill or shelved and unused, taking up warehouse space. It also provides a tax credit opportunity for the donors.
Our mission is to offer students K – 14th grade the opportunity to enhance their education through the use of technology at home.