We are high school and college volunteers
who teach computer coding to children
at homeless and domestic violence shelters.

27,000 school children in Orange County are homeless. We teach them computer skills that they will use to free themselves from the trappings of poverty and make the world a better place.


Our work has been featured in Orange Coast Magazine, the Orange County Register, the Irvine Standard, the Irvine Weekly, and Spectrum News 1. We have been recognized by UC Irvine, the GO Campaign, and the Points of Light Foundation.

Summer 2018 Report (90 seconds)

Fall 2018 Video Report (60 seconds)

Winter 2018 Video Report (2 minutes)

Winter 2018 Video Report (2 minutes)


In the past 15 months, our 130+ volunteers have provided more than 1,000 instructional hours in computer coding to vulnerable children throughout Orange County.

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We teach ongoing coding and computer skills clinics at 9 shelters in 6 cities, and we’re just getting started.
Come volunteer with us.

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