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For the year beginning January 2011, Comp4Kids has supplied computers and laptops to the following organizations, charities, and School Districts.


Seaford Union Free School District; Anjana Mukerjea;

 Gear-UP f/b/o  Wyandanch Public Schools

 Uniondale UFSD; Linda Friedman;

Oceanside School District;

 Family Support Program; Manhasset/Great Neck EOC

 Adventures in Learning; Diana Holden;

 Island Park School District, Shannon Redda

Otsego Elementary School:  Michelle F. Aulet, ESL Teacher 

Custer Institute Observatory

School District. Laura Miniero Elementary ESL

EOC of Suffolk – SNAP Division; Kim Mansueto; 

 Westbury Public Schools   Sarah Loveland Gill   Chairperson of Music

Center Moriches UFSD Parent Home Program; Helen Fechter;

Baldwin UFSD; Melisa M. Enriquez ESL Chair,

Good Will Industries; Sandy Weinstein;

Family Service League; Lori Brennan;

Locust Valley UFSD; Judy Worhle

Mercy Center Ministries; Briana Taylor

Great Neck UFSD; EM Baker School

North Belmore School District; Randee Colter

St. Christopher’s School; Anne Lederer;

NY Christiano Renacer

Our Savior New American School; Joseph Schneider;

NYC PS 42; Richard O’Connor;

NYC PS 40; Ms.Valecot;

PSMS 183; Rockaway Beach

NYC K531; The School for Human Rights, Stephanie Kreppein;

Sure Foundation;

Levittown Public School; Mary Akers;

Kappa VI Middle School @ Far Rockaway High School; Peggy Finnegan; 

Half Hollow Hills UFSD; Elior Terzian ESL Chair

High School for Community Leadership; Flora Lutsky;

North Merrick UFSD; Cathy Marketos

Valley Stream UFSD; Gerald Poole Director of Curriculum and Instruction;

Copiague UFSD; Todd Harris, Director of Technology;

Barry Tech; Nassau BOCES; Giovanni Chiarelli;

Longwood Junior High School; Levi McIntyre Principal;

Plainedge Public Schools, Arnel Leitman,

Plainview-Old Bethpage Central School District; Brian O’Sullivan 

East Hampton UFSD;  Eugene Kelley Director of ESL;

Oceanside Community Service Inc; Robert Transon;


For the period beginning June 2011, Comp4Kids has supplied computers and laptops to the following organizations, charities, and School Districts.

Longwood JHS --
Levi McIntyre Principal
Seaford School District
Lawrence  School District
Westbury School District

Baldwin School School District
Greenport Schools District
Roosevelt School District
Brentwood School District
south Huntington School District
Ps 13 NYC
Elmont School District
Great Neck School District
Syosset School District
ps 86 NYC
Queens High School of Teaching  -- C. Kontente
William T Rodgers MS
PS 41 Staten Island
One World MS Baychester Bronx
Jackie Robinson PS 375
PS 631K Brooklyn
Kings Park Long Island
Lawrence Road MS

MS 534 Brooklyn NY -  WM Cooper, principal
Family Servie Leage  - L. Brenan, project coordinator
Bethel After-School Tutorial Program


For the year beginning January 2010, Comp4Kids has supplied computers and laptops to the following organizations, charities, and School Districts.

Riverhead Charter School 

Riverhead UFSD 

Roosevelt Charter School

Amityville High School, Peter Hutchinson, Assistant Principal

Schreiber High School

Weber Middle School, Marilyn Rodahan, Prinicpal 

Lawrence UFSD, John Richardson, Technology Director

Great Neck North High School, Suzanne Marcus, Educator

Great Neck South High School

South Huntington School District, David W. Perkins, LCSW

Notre Dame Learning Center,  Sister Evelyn Breslin, Director

100 Black Men of Long Island

NYC Public Schools 

Family Service League, Lauri Brennan, Directors

Good Will:  School to Work 

The United Way - Youth Build Program

Hemsptead UFSD  -   

Adventures in Learning, Diana Holden, Director

Dr. Richard Green School, Patricia Finn, Assistant Principal

Various Yehivas         

Great Neck   CLASP, Susan Plean, Director

Uniondale UFSD,

Millenium Sistahs, Inc

Rockville Center UFSD  


Southhold Library                                             

Nassau County  AHRC, Lenny Giarraputo, Coordinator

LI Family and Adolescent, Diana Aquino, Diretor              

Sister To Sister                             

Island Trees UFSD

Nassau Boces Tech Center

Huntington Library

EAC, Inc

Oyster Bay Schools

Glen Cove School District

Wantagh School District




Prior to January 2010,  Comp4Kids has supplied computers and laptops to the following organizations, charities, and School Districts.


Preparar hombres, mujeres y niños que  asuman su disposición de ser discípulos de Cristo, temerosos de Dios y guarden sus mandamientos, para que proclamen efectivamente las buenas nuevas de salvación, cosechen almas para Cristo, las instruyan en la palabra y cuiden hasta hacerlas también discípulos de caráctery hacerles también lideres que se involucren en el trabajo del Reino de Dios.    Our Contact Anna Martinez has donated more than 100 computers to this charity.



Diane Aquino, Ph.D., Executive Director

(631) 444-4400 · Fax (631) 444-0144  


LIAFS is a not-for profit Human Service agency that provides residential services for Long Island’s youth. With four sites, LIAFS provides an array of program services to male and female youths including mental health counseling and drug treatment, medical, education, recreation, independent living skills and vocational educational training.

Our Contact:  Valerie Kopetic has donated 8 computers to this charity.



The Hicksville Boys & Girls Club's  goal is to help provide every child with the tools needed for a successful and bright future.   Every day the Club strives to improve each child's life by implementing programs that help promote self-esteem, positive values and morals, and dignity.  Adolescents are assisted in making healthy choices for themselves and are encouraged to use their time, energy and talents in a positive manner.  Our youth come to the Club to receive tutoring, computer training, homework help, and mentoring.    Our Contact:  Tom Bruno has donated almost 8 computers to this charity.



Changing Lives: A Million Women, A Million Children, A Million Chances has donated almost 5 computers/laptops to this charity.


Welcome to Family Service League! Family Service League is a not-for-profit, nationally accredited, non-sectarian human service agency. FSL manages one of the largest and most comprehensive networks of care for individuals, children and families across Suffolk County, New York.    

Our Contact: Laurie Brennan has donated more than 100 computers and laptops to this charity.


 An Equine-Assisted Program To Benefit Children With Autism
And Their Families

Founded By  The Sonny Garguilo Riding Center For Kids

WWW.HOOVESFORHOPE.ORG has donated more than 4 computers/laptops and laptops to this charity.



 Wyandanch Youth Services, Inc.

A Non-Profit Tax-Exempt Organization Supported By
* Suffolk County Youth Bureau
* Town of Babylon Youth Bureau
* N.Y.S. Office of Children & Family Services

The mission of Wyandanch Youth Services is the development of youth and prevention of youth delinquency through youth empowerment; community development and activities designed to meet social, emotional, physical and educational needs of each child.      Our Contact:  Dane Carroll has donated 20 computers to this charity.


The mission of AHRC is to teach, support and advocate for children and adults with developmental disabilities to make life choices, exercise independence and responsibility. AHRC Nassau encourages all individuals to fulfill their dreams and become productive members of the community. This is accomplished by providing an array of individual and family supports.    

Our Contact:  Lenny Giarraputo has donated almost 5 computers to this charity.



Wyandanch Homes & Property  Development Corp. (WHPDC) is a  not-for-profit corporation that was formed in 1985 when a group of concerned citizens got together to address the problem of  homelessness.  To date, WHPDC has built and renovated 29 houses for homeless families. We have over 31 adults and 91 children participating in our program and working toward becoming self-sufficient.                  Our Contact: Peter Barnett has donated 10 computers to this charity.



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211 Garden Street Westbury, New York 11590  

Mission Statement;  The Mission of the Unified New Cassel Community Revitalization Corporation is to facilitate community revitalization, sustainable development and a shared vision in the New Cassel Community.

Our Contact: Cynthia D. Williams,  Interim Program Director has donated almost 10 computers to this charity.



Port Washington Public Library Parent-Child Home Program

The Parent-Child Home Program (PCHP) is an innovative, home-based literacy and parenting program serving families challenged by poverty, low levels of education, and language barriers. The library has participated in this program since 1998, which currently serves families in the Port Washington community. The PCHP prepares children for academic success and is a proven tool to prevent high school dropouts. 84% of students who complete the Parent-Child Home Program graduate from high school.      Funded by the Port Washington Library Foundation and the Judith C. White Foundation.

Our Contact: Fran Powell has donated 25 computers to this charity.


Our mission at Sure Foundation is to provide a safe, healthy, and nurturing environment.  One that will enhance a child’s social interaction through play and build effective learning through hands-on activities in a literature based program.  An after school program for children 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM Monday through Friday for children ages 5 - 12 years of age.   

652 Union Drive   Uniondale , N.Y. 11553    516-483-0855   E-Mail:       Our Contact: Kay Simmons has donated 8 computers with flat panel LCD monitors to this charity.


The Mid Island Y Jewish Community Center shall be an instrument for identity, personal growth, family strength and community cohesion. In addition to maintaining the vital balance for individuals and families, the Mid Island Y Jewish Community Center must be an instrument for those in need of special services through the provision of activities which support problem-solving or for referral to other systems more capable of serving special needs.  These services shall be offered regardless of race, religion, creed or ability to pay all fees established for such service.


We Look Forward To Hearing From You:    45 Manetto Hill Rd • Plainview, NY 11803  ... Phone 516-822-3535 • Fax 516-822-3288       Our Contact: Susan Tregerman has donated 15 computers to this charity.



The Youth Action program is directed by Sid Jacobson JCC, in collaboration with the Concerned Citizens for Roslyn Youth, Inc. The goal of the after-school program is to provide a professional after-school program for at-risk students enrolled in the Roslyn School District.    Our Contact: Jisla Aube has donated 45 computers and laptps to this charity.




Project Youth Build:   Our Contact:  Rick Wertheim has donated  20computers to this charity.



In 1977 Transitional Services of New York for Long Island, Inc. (TSLI), became the first community residence program serving psychiatrically disabled adults  on Long Island. TSLI has grown from a twenty-four bed program into one of the largest community residence programs on Long Island. Haven House/Bridges operates several programs that serve the homeless on Long Island including Emergency Housing, Living Assistance, Children's Programs, and related services.      Our Contact:  Sharon Kenney has donated almost 50 computers to this charity.


San Andres, 22 Post Street  Yonkers, New York 10705  Church: 914 963-9523
San Andres serves the Hispanic Latino community residing in Southwest Yonkers, which presently comprises approximately 50% of the current population. The remaining population distribution is composed of other ethnic groups, many of which are new to this country.  Our Contact:  Rev. Yamily Bass-Choate. has donated 30 computers to this charity.


Our Contact:  Terry Henderson has donated 30 computers to this charity.


Port Washington Youth Council Teen Center

 The Teen Center is located at The Landmark on Main Street, across from the Port Washington Public Library. The entrance is just to the right of the Jeanne Rimsky Theater. Programs are open to all Port Washington teens between the ages of 12 and 18, in grades 6 through 12. The Teen Center is operated by the Port Washington Youth Council, a nonprofit coalition of some 25 local agenices and orgnanizations dedicated to providing a safe environment for Port Washington children in grades 6 through 12.    Our  contact:  Julie Harnick  has donated 5 computers to this charity.




New Mt. Zion Baptist Church

Harlem, New York City has donated 20 computers to this charity.



Adventures in Learning is an educational enrichment program dedicated to improving the lives of Manhasset/Great Neck children in need of after-school care and instruction.  For more information, contact: 516-365-7131.     

Our Contact:  Diana Holden has donated over 50 computers, laptops, and LCD monitors to this charity.




Hempstead Hispanic Civic Association Inc  (H H C A)
236 Main St, Hempstead, NY 11550-1419   (516) 292-0007

Our Contact:  George Siberon has donated 20 computers to this charity.





Lauretta Murdock, Esq., Executive Director

  1309 Wantagh Ave.
  Wantagh, NY 11793
  516-765-3696 has donated 15 computers and laptops to this charity.







THE LITTLE RED TRAIN (Preschool, Daycare, Kindergarten)


249 Jerusalem Avenue  Hempstead, New York 11550    (516) 483-8460 has donated 8 computers with LCD monitors to this charity.

  224 Avenue J  Brooklyn, NY 11230     718.338.2943 has donated 20 computers and laptops to this charity.