We live in one of the most privileged communities in the world — the United States. Both members of the team attend fine universities that use technology, specifically computers as great tools for learning and business. Both members of the team also receive scholarships to attend these universities, money that comes from individuals committed to ensuring that we receive the best education possible. Both schools offer money in the form of fellowships and grants to perform capacity building projects, money that comes from the tuition of the universities’ students. We felt that it was only right to do as much as we could to obtain and use that money to help underprivileged men and women gain educations as well. Neither of us would be in the position we are today without computers and could think of no better way to educate and enable communities than reaching out to them directly with computer hardware and training.