Open Sesame Coding for Kids project co-founder Milan Narula, left, helps Thomas House resident Jeremiah, 10, as UCI student volunteer Yoonjo Kim, far right, works with 9-year-old Dymond during a computer coding class at the temporary shelter for homeless families in Garden Grove, on Friday, Nov. 2, 2018. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Orange County Register Contributing Photographer)

Open Sesame Coding for Kids project co-founder Milan Narula, left, helps Thomas House resident Jeremiah, 10, as UCI student volunteer Yoonjo Kim, far right, works with 9-year-old Dymond during a computer coding class at the temporary shelter for homeless families in Garden Grove, on Friday, Nov. 2, 2018. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Orange County Register Contributing Photographer)

Katherine McPhie, co-founder of the Open Sesame Coding for Kids project, shares the excitement of Leslie, 10, during a computer coding class at Thomas House in Garden Grove, a temporary shelter for homeless families on Friday, Nov. 2, 2018. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

Katherine McPhie, co-founder of the Open Sesame Coding for Kids project, shares the excitement of Leslie, 10, during a computer coding class at Thomas House in Garden Grove, a temporary shelter for homeless families on Friday, Nov. 2, 2018. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

Open Sesame Coding for Kids co-founder Milan Narula, far right, helps students with new donated backpacks full of school supplies after a computer coding class at Thomas House in Garden Grove, a temporary shelter for homeless families on Friday, Nov. 2, 2018. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Orange County Register Contributing Photographer)

Open Sesame Coding for Kids co-founder Milan Narula, far right, helps students with new donated backpacks full of school supplies after a computer coding class at Thomas House in Garden Grove, a temporary shelter for homeless families on Friday, Nov. 2, 2018. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Orange County Register Contributing Photographer)

Chirag Singh, a volunteer from Troy High School with the Open Sesame Coding for Kids project, gives a high five to a student during a computer coding class at Thomas House in Garden Grove, a temporary shelter for homeless families on Friday, Nov. 2, 2018. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Orange County Register Contributing Photographer)

Chirag Singh, a volunteer from Troy High School with the Open Sesame Coding for Kids project, gives a high five to a student during a computer coding class at Thomas House in Garden Grove, a temporary shelter for homeless families on Friday, Nov. 2, 2018. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Orange County Register Contributing Photographer)

Some of the volunteers, in red, with the Open Sesame Coding for Kids project help 13 children attending a computer coding class at Thomas House in Garden Grove, a temporary shelter for homeless families on Friday, Nov. 2, 2018. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Orange County Register Contributing Photographer)

Some of the volunteers, in red, with the Open Sesame Coding for Kids project help 13 children attending a computer coding class at Thomas House in Garden Grove, a temporary shelter for homeless families on Friday, Nov. 2, 2018. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Orange County Register Contributing Photographer)

Milan Narula, left, co-founder of Open Sesame Coding for Kids, helps Thomas House resident Jeremiah, 10, during a computer coding class at the temporary shelter for homeless families in Garden Grove, on Friday, Nov. 2, 2018. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Orange County Register Contributing Photographer)

Milan Narula, left, co-founder of Open Sesame Coding for Kids, helps Thomas House resident Jeremiah, 10, during a computer coding class at the temporary shelter for homeless families in Garden Grove, on Friday, Nov. 2, 2018. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Orange County Register Contributing Photographer)

Katherine McPhie, left, co-founder of Open Sesame Coding for Kids, helps an Orange County Rescue Mission resident construct a motorized ArtBot during a computer coding class at the temporary shelter for homeless families in Tustin on Monday, November 12, 2018.

Katherine McPhie, left, co-founder of Open Sesame Coding for Kids, helps an Orange County Rescue Mission resident construct a motorized ArtBot during a computer coding class at the temporary shelter for homeless families in Tustin on Monday, November 12, 2018.