"Reaching out to the Forgotten"

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The New Year is upon us and along with all the New Year’s Resolutions, and aspirations for making the ’07 a terrific year, let’s remember to make giving to others a part of our daily life and also take the time to give thanks for all that we are given.
We at CompuTech for Humanity give thanks for the opportunity we have to make a positive difference in the lives of people who are living with the very difficult challenges of poverty, mental and physical disabilities. CFH is grateful for our corporate sponsors and also for individual donations. Without this support, we could not carryout our mission.

2006 Achievements

  • In 2006 CompuTech for Humanity (CFH) became a member of the North Hollywood/Universal City Chamber of Commerce.
  • CFH held five computer giveaway events in North Hollywood.
  • Computers and printers were sent to schools affected by Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana.
  • CFH donated computers to Los Angeles Unified School District  "Cleveland Early Ed Center" preschoolers.
  • Computers were  donated to the California Association to Aid Ukraine, Inc. the computers are designated for delivery to Hospital of First Aid in Chenivtsi, Ukraine.

CompuTech for Humanity sent computers and printers to schools affected by Hurricane Katrina.

On August 31st, 2006 CompuTech for Humanity in collaboration with SADA Systems sent 18 personal computers and 9 laser printers to Louisiana. The donated computers and printers will be used in Louisiana schools as part of the state’s recovery efforts.
Picture: CFH Reps. Tony Safoian president SADA systems inc. and Jacqueline Scott Rep. of Friends and Helpers Foundation
“We believe it is important to step to the aid of others in whatever way you can,” says Safoian. With the assistance of CompuTech for Humanity, SADA Systems, and the Friends and Helpers Foundation schools closed by Hurricane Katrina will be one step closer to opening their doors.
SADA Systems, Inc. founded in 2000, is a privately held information technology consulting, outsourcing, and development firm. SADA works with clients to develop innovative Information Technology solutions to business problems. For more information, visit www.sadasystems.com
All computers and printers were delivered through the Friends and Helpers Foundation, a California-based non-profit working with Care Unlimited in Louisiana. For more information visit their website, www.friendsandhelpers.org

LAUSD Cleveland Early Ed CenterReceives computers for preschoolers

Thanks to Eula Anderson, Principal and Diana Mayo, Head Teacher at the LAUSD Cleveland Early Education Center in Reseda California, 160 low-income preschoolers will have the opportunity to learn computer skills in preparation for a life-time of learning. Ms. Mayo contacted CFH inquiring if computers were available to nonprofits such as schools. CFH recognized the opportunity to reach out to our youngest citizens and was able to donate 10 computers for the children in October, 2006.
Pictured below are CFH Board members and LAUSD Cleveland Early Education Center Principal and staff in one of the preschool classrooms.


CFH representatives, Eula Anderson (School principal),
Diana Mayo (Head teacher) and teaching staff of
Cleveland Early Education Center.

Volunteers and computer recipients at the Halloween Giveaway Event

Computer recipient take photo with her computer.

CFH volunteer team that made it happen. Left-right: Carlito Tan,
Edward Alverez, Elizabeth Ogbomon, Helen Farmer, and Henry Tan.

Many recipients apply directly and others are referred by the following agencies:

 The East Los Angeles Community Union (TELACU), Los Angeles, CA.
California State Department of Rehabilitation
Westside Center for Independent Living
Van Nuys Center for Independent Living
Los Angles Valley College, (DSPS)
Pasadena City College, (DSPS)
San Fernando Valley Community Mental Health Center, Inc.
Jay Nolan Community Services
Tarzana Medical
Villa Esperanza Services
The Los Angeles Fulfillment Center
Northridge Medical Center


Wish List:

  1. Storage/ Office space
  2. Hosting/Sponsoring a Give-Away Event
  3. Sponsorship of one or more: computer, software, sound card or modem 
  4. Transportation: Wheelchair accessible van with lift & hand controls
  5. Operating costs/administrative costs
  6. Computer parts: Hard drives, Monitors, Modems, Sound cards, Computer peripherals.
  7. School supplies: Pens and pencils, books, art supplies, etc.

Northrop Grumman Corporation
Wal-Mart –Panorama City
Councilman Tom Labonge
Wheels for Humanity
The Barnes Family Foundation
The Jannol Family
Henry and Calito Tan Family

For more info Contact:
Joseph Ogbomon
Elizabeth Ogbomon
(818) 762-4498 Direct Line
(818) 230-5182 Office/Fax