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Capacity Building Manual
Table of Contents
ABOUT THIS MANUAL, TECHMISSION AND AC4 .....................................................................................3
TOP TEN TIPS FOR COMPUTER CENTERS .................................................................................................4
TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES............................................................................................................................5
COMPUTER DONATIONS INFORMATION................................................................................................................5
COMPUTER PURCHASING AT A DISCOUNT............................................................................................................6
COMPUTER LAB MAINTENANCE SOFTWARE ........................................................................................................7
COPIER PURCHASING ............................................................................................................................................8
E-MAIL LIST SOFTWARE AND SERVICES ..............................................................................................................9
INTERNET/WEB FILTERING SOFTWARE RESOURCE SHEET ................................................................................10
PHONE SYSTEMS .................................................................................................................................................11
SOFTWARE DONATION RESOURCES ...................................................................................................................12
WEBSITE RESOURCES .........................................................................................................................................13
PROGRAM RESOURCES..................................................................................................................................14
ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES................................................................................................................14
CERTIFICATION: BECOMING A MS OFFICE CERTIFIED TESTING CENTER ..........................................................15
COMPUTER CURRICULUM MATERIALS AVAILABLE AT WWW.TECHMISSION.ORG.............................................16
EARNED INCOME TAX CREDIT (EITC) PROGRAMS ............................................................................................18
EDUCATIONAL SOFTWARE FOR YOUTH..............................................................................................................19
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (ESL) SOFTWARE ......................................................................................20
GED COMPUTER-BASED TRAINING RESOURCES ...............................................................................................21
COMPUTER CENTERS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES ............................................................................................22
BECOMING A SUPPLEMENTAL EDUCATIONAL SERVICES PROVIDER (DOE) ......................................................23
TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM INFORMATIONAL RESOURCES....................................................................................24
TECHNOLOGY IN YOUTH PROGRAMS .................................................................................................................25
TICKET TO WORK VOUCHER PROGRAM (DEPT. OF LABOR) ..............................................................................26
YOUTH TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM LESSON PLANS ..............................................................................................27
ORGANIZATIONAL RESOURCES .................................................................................................................28
GRANT INFORMATION ........................................................................................................................................28
GRANT INFORMATION (U.S. GOVERNMENT)......................................................................................................29
ONLINE STAFF RECRUITING ...............................................................................................................................31
ONLINE VOLUNTEER RECRUITING .....................................................................................................................32
LIST OF CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY COMPUTER CENTERS & AC4 MEMBERS...............................33
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About this Manual, TechMission and AC4
THE MISSION OF AC4 IS TO SUPPORT CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY COMPUTER CENTERS ACROSS THE
WORLD AS THEY ADDRESS THE DIGITAL DIVIDE BY PROVIDING OTHERS WITH COMPUTER SKILLS
TO MAKE A LIVING AND A SPIRITUAL FOUNDATION TO MAKE A LIFE.
This manual is provided to members of the Association of Christian Community Computer Centers (AC4), a
program of TechMission, Inc. AC4 supports Christian community computer centers across the world as they
address the digital divide, which is the gap that separates those with access to and skills with computers from
those without. Christian community computer centers provide technology training and access to their local
communities through after school programs, computer classes, computerized adult basic education, job training
programs, walk-in computer centers, technology entrepreneurship programs, computer refurbishing and many
other ways. The development of this manual was primarily funded by the C4T project, which is a partnership
project between the CTCNet, the Alliance for Technology Access and AC4 funded by the Department of Health
and Human Services Compassion Capital Fund.
Historically, churches and faith-based organizations have been some of the strongest institutions in the inner-city
and have played a key role in educational movements. Two hundred years ago, as books became available to the
masses, there was a major drive for literacy, and churches and faith-based institutions were the primary force
behind that drive. Even the term "Sunday school" originally referred to literacy classes taught in churches. Today
computers are being made available to the masses, and there is a new major Christian movement to promote
computer literacy. The key goal of AC4 is to assist churches and Christian organizations to become a major
driving force behind computer literacy just as they were with basic literacy.
AC4 currently has over 500 members from across the world that serve over 50,000 individuals each year in
technology programs. AC4 provides a range of services and support to our members which include:
• Our Capacity Building and Curriculum Manual
• Training through AC4’s national and regional conferences, and workshops at other Christian
conferences including Christian Community Development Association, Compassionworks, Urban Youth
Worker’s Institute, the Association of Gospel Rescue Missions and other groups
• Fund raising assistance through conference calls providing training on funding opportunities
• Information Sharing Website and E-mail List with over 800 participants
• List of Christian Computer Centers
• Online Tech Volunteer Recruiting
• Collaboration through Regional AC4 Chapters
• Assistance in securing computer and hardware donations
• Advocacy for members to foundations, corporations and government initiatives
• Intensive Technical Assistance and Subgrants totaling $750,000 in partnership with CTCNet (as lead)
and the Alliance for Technology Access (in CA, IL and MA)
• For fee services on consulting on starting and growing a computer center
• For fee services of website design (sign up for a free quote at www.ac4.org/services/)
TechMission is a non-denominational, Christian 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with two program areas: AC4
(described above) and the TechMission Program which is a regional program in the greater Boston area
supporting Christian community computer centers through direct program support. TechMission draws much of
its ministry philosophy from the Christian Community Development Association (CCDA) and was started based
on the needs identified by discussions of CCDA members. CCDA emphasizes three key principles as a part of
their ministry philosophy: racial reconciliation, indigenous leadership and economic development.
Note on Copyright of this Manual: The pages below may be freely copied and distributed by members of AC4.
We only ask that for any copies that you make to distribute to others that you copy them without any changes
and that you attach this page as a cover sheet.
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Top Ten Tips for Computer Centers
1. Computer Grants: http://www.ac4.org/resources/grant.html
AC4 is collaborating with the Beaumont Foundation of America, which will provide grants of new
Toshiba-branded computers and other hardware to existing community technology programs.
2. Software donations: http://www.ac4.org/resources/software.html
AC4's software donations page provides information on how to get Microsoft Office for $30 as well as
other Microsoft, Adobe and Symantec products. We also have letters you can download which were
successful in getting software donated from Macromedia, Knowledge Adventure and the Learning
Company.
3. Free Curricula for Computer Classes: http://www.ac4.org/curricula/
AC4 provides curricula and lesson plans for Intro to Computers, Intro to Internet, Typing, Microsoft
Word, Excel, Databases, Graphic Design and Web Page Design. This page is regularly updated, and you
can now download all the files together in a zipped format. AC4 also provides lesson plans for using
computers with youth and links to other great resources.
4. Grant Information: http://www.ac4.org/resources/grants.html
We have links to a technology grants newsletter, lists of technology grants and information on how to
find grants for your center.
5. Using Theology to Teach Technology by C. Perry: http://www.etrainingconsult.com/products.htm
This workbook provides a great approach to integrating the Gospel into computer classes. It includes a
course in Microsoft Word integrated with Bible Teachings.
6. Other Information Networks: http://www.ac4.org/resources/inforesources.html
We have links to other information networks like CTCNet (www.ctcnet.org), Christian Computing
Magazine and Computing in Missions that provide great information on computer centers and other
topics of interest.
7. AC4 Workshop Presentations: http://www.ac4.org/conferences/conferences.html
You can find downloadable presentations on How to Start and Grow a Computer Center, Technology in
Youth Ministry, Technology in Gospel Missions and Resources for Computer Centers.
8. AC4 E-mail List Archive: http://www.ac4.org/resources/mailarchives.html
You can both browse and search our complete national e-mail list archive online.
9. AC4 List of Christian Computer Centers: http://www.ac4.org/resources/center_list.html
You can find a list of Christian computer centers in your area. Contact them, develop relationships and
share ideas!
10. AC4 Membership: http://www.ac4.org/get_involved/memberbenefits.html
Provides our curriculum manual, our capacity building manual, and enables you to apply for our
Computer Grants program along with many other benefits.
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Technology Resources
Computer Donations Information
Note: AC4 currently does not provide Computer Donations to organizations, but does provide
information on organizations that do.
Operating System Software Licenses
Organizations receiving donated computers without operating system licenses can get them through
DiscounTech. Licenses for Microsoft Windows 98 or Windows 2000 Professional may be purchased for $15 per
license. In addition, upgrade licenses to Windows XP Professional may be purchased for an addition $6 (after
the $15 license). For more information visit: http://www.techsoup.org/DiscounTech/dcosprogram.asp
Organizations refurbishing over 49 computers each year may apply become a Microsoft Authorized Refurbisher.
This provides new licenses of Windows 98 or 2000 Professional for $6 per license.
Secular Organizations for Computer Donations
Share the Technology (www.sharetechnology.org)
P.O. Box 548; Rancocas, NJ 08073
Gifts In Kind International (www.giftsinkind.org)
333 North Fairfax Street; Alexandria, VA 22314
703-836-2121; Fax: 703-549-1481
• Must be a 501(c)(3) non-profit and use hardware/software for service to community
• $125 to register and $225 for 5 used computers (486 & above laptops/desktops) for organizations in the
USA
• Provides great discounts (90% off) on office products, projectors, clothes, etc.
World Computer Exchange (www.worldcomputerexchange.org)
partnerquestions@worldcomputerexchange.org
• Can ship large numbers of computers (400-430) to countries throughout the world
• Generally charge about $60 per computer
• Generally must buy a whole container (400-430 computers) at a time
Christian Organizations for Computer Donations
PC Sources (www.praisenet.com/pcsources/)
2287 Corrine Ave; Muskegon, MI 49444
231-739-1368; 616-739-1368; pcsources@praisenet.com; PCSources@earthlink.net
• Provides used PCs with special pricing for Christian workers and missionaries
Missionary Computer Fellowship
Orlando, FL; 407-422-9265
Computer Mission Task Force (http://www.mppc.org/missions/international/computer.htm)
Menlo Park Presbyterian Church
950 Santa Cruz Avenue, Menlo Park, CA 94025
650-323-8600; Fax: 650-323-8645; JVanDeman@finnav.com
Equipping The Saints
254 Keezletown Road; Weyers Cave, VA 24486
540-234-6222
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Computer Purchasing at a Discount
Sources for Discounted New Computers
1. TechFoundation (www.techfoundation.org) provides significant discounts to non-profits purchasing Dell
computers as well as other hardware and software.
2. Gotapex (www.gotapex.com) maintains a list of the top deals on Dell computers and equipment.
3. Gifts-In-Kind (www.giftsinkind.org) provides discounts for non-profits purchasing a variety of
equipment and software.
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Computer Lab Maintenance Software
Having a computer lab requires continued maintenance of the lab computers. Maintenance issues include
software updates, viruses, deleting spyware, people changing computer settings, or an inexperienced user
deleting an important setting or software. To save time in lab maintenance, your organization may want to look
at desktop security solutions. A desktop security solution provides the user with the ability to do the activities
that you would want them to do, without having to worry about damage to the software of the computer. This
makes maintaining your computer lab much simpler. There are three main solutions which include:
1.) Desktop Security Software. This software creates an image of your computer configuration and
reimages each time the computer restarts, so that users cannot change configurations without a
password.
• Clean Slate (http://www.fortres.com/products/cleanslate.htm)
o Pros: Easy to use, cheaper in volume
o Cons: Costly in low volumes, only compatible with Microsoft Windows
Pricing:
Single License: $59, 15 Computer per Building License $325, 100 Computer per Building
License: $570, Unlimited Computers per Building License $685
• Deep Freeze
o Pros: Cheap in low volume, works with both Windows and Macintoshes
o Cons: More expensive than others in volume
Pricing: 10-24 computers ($17.40/computer), 25 - 99 ($14.30/computer), 100 – 249 $10.40/computer
2.) Terminal Services. Terminal Services has client computers boot from the server, so that each client
boots a clean image from the server.
Option 1: Windows Terminal Services
• Pros: Provides simple maintenance of computers, can work with low end client computers, low cost
implementation
• Cons: Requires significant system administration skill to set up, requires high end server
• Discount Purchasing: Purchase Windows 2003 Server through TechSoup (www.techsoup.org/stock)
($160) including Windows Device Client Access License at $2.00 Per user and Windows Terminal
Device Client Access Licenses at $6.00 Per User
Option 2: Linux Terminal Services/Thin Clients boot Linux machines from a server and can be very useful
for providing a low-maintenance computer lab with low-end computers. Two main options are:
1. Linux Terminal Server Project (www.ltsp.org). Great free software.
2. WYSE. (www.wyse.com/index.htm). Market leader in commercial Linux thin client software.
3.) Desktop Lockdown.
Option 1: Windows XP provides strong capabilities to restrict user permissions to not be able to change
significant items in the configuration.
• Pros: Can be used without purchasing additional software.
• Cons: Requires a highly technical system administrator to implement and maintain correctly, does not
cover all issues, users may encounter problems
Option 2: Full Armor provides a complete solution to lockdown the desktop.
• Pros: Provides more complete lockdown than standard Windows XP functions.
• Cons: Can be more difficult to setup and maintain than Desktop security software.
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Copier Purchasing
Acquiring a copier is a major investment for any organization large or small. Copiers have a large variety of
features with many different add-ons that can help your productivity and/or strain your budget. You should
know the three types of copy machine grades that are available.
Copy Machine Grades
1.) Multifunction Printer/Copiers: Pages per month: 500-2000 Pricing: $300-1000 Venders: Brother
(http://www.brother-usa.com), Dell (www.dell.com), HP (www.hp.com), I.B.M (www.ibm.com)
Lexmark (www.lexmark.com)
• Pros: Cheap, Fast turn on times, Low purchase price
• Cons: Slow, High Cost per copy 7¢-8¢, Low feature set, No onsite service, Low paper output
2.) Business Grade Copiers: Pages per month: 3,000-10,000 Pricing: $2000-$8,000 Venders: Canon
(ww.opd.usa.canon.com), HP (www.hp.com) Ikon (www.ikon.com), Rioch (www.ricoh-usa.com),
Xerox (www.xerox.com)
• Pros: Low Cost Per Copy, High feature set, Fast, High Output
• Cons: Expensive, Expensive Maintenance
3.) High End Business Grade Copiers: Pages per month: 10,000-100,000 Pricing: $10,000-$25,000
Venders: Canon (ww.opd.usa.canon.com), HP (www.hp.com) Ikon (www.ikon.com), Rioch
(www.ricoh-usa.com), Xerox (www.xerox.com)
• Pros: Low Cost Per Copy, High feature set, Very fast, High Output, Onsite maintenance
• Cons: Expensive, Expensive maintenance
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E-mail List Software and Services
When connecting to large amounts of people via email there are mainly three ways to accomplish this task. Mass
Email software, and Email List hosting.
1.) Email Newsletter Software is software that is designed to email hundreds to hundreds of thousands of
people. Features of this software would include a database of email address, the ability to let people
remove themselves automatically, and keep track of emails that did not reach their destination.
• Arial Software Email Marketing Director: $495 (http://www.arialsoftware.com)
o Pros: Ease of use, Emails quickly, lots of features
o Cons: Expensive
• G Lock Easy Mail $49-$99
o Pros: Inexpensive with many features
o Cons: Not as simple as other software
• Brozsoft Kmailer $70-$200 (www.kmailer.com)
• Smart Serial Mail $39.99 (http://www.jam-software.com/smartserialmail)
o Pros: Emails quickly, lots of features, cheap
o Cons: Harder to use
• E-Campaign 4.6
$99.99-$179.99
• Enews Letter Pro $396-389 (http://www.enewsletterpro.com)
o Pros: Cheap Easy to use
o Cons: Not as many features compared to others
• Lyris $500 -$7850 http://www.lyris.com/products/listmanager
o Pros: Lots of features, easy to use
o Cons: Expensive
• Marketing Technologies $99-$400 (http://www.marketing-2000.net/)
o Pros: Lots of features, not to expensive
o Cons: Steeper learning Curve
2.) E-mail List Hosting is a service provided by a company. You would log in to their website and upload
email address and to manage your list server.
• Yahoo Groups Free (http://groups.yahoo.com)
o Pros: Free, most widely used
o Cons: Advertisements in postings, limited in some features
• MSN Groups Free (http://groups.msn.com)
o Pros: Free
o Cons: Advertisements in postings, limited in some features, questionable material at times
• Google Groups Free (http://groups.google.com)
o Pros: Free
o Cons: Limited in some features, questionable material at times
• Bronto $100 per month and up(http://bronto.com)
o Pros: Lot’s of features, support, easy to use
o Cons: Reoccurring fees, expensive
• Listserve.com $30-$100 Per month(www.listserve.com)
o Pros: Easy to use Lots of features (Pay); Lots of support
o Cons: Recurring fee’s (Pay); Advertisements (Free);Limited features (Free);Limited control
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Internet/Web Filtering Software Resource Sheet
Internet filtering software helps protect those using your computers from going to websites that may contain
information that could be damaging, such as pornography. The following resource is provided by the
Association of Christian Community Computer Centers to help you in properly protecting those using your
computers. There are five main options to consider:
1. Free Internet Filtering Software. We-Blocker (www.we-blocker.com)
• Pros: It’s Free
• Cons: Compatability problems with Windows XP and can be difficult to maintain for multiple
computers
2. Discounted Internet Filtering Software through TechStock (www.techsoup.org/stock/) which
provides Norton Internet Security for as low as $4 per license. This software provide parental controls,
antivirus, spyware protection, spam filtering and other security features and is an excellent solution for
computer labs.
• Pros: Low cost and provides antivirus, spyware protection and many other useful features
• Cons: Can be difficult to maintain across many computers.
3. Commercial Internet Filtering Software.
• Pros: best solution for one user if you have the money
• Cons: can cost a lot and be difficult to maintain if you have many computers such as in a computer
lab
• Options: Cybersitter (www.solidoak.com), Net Nanny (www.netnanny.com), CyberPatrol
(www.microsys.com), CyberSnoop (www.pearlsw.com),CleanWeb (www.cleanweb.net)
• Reviews: The following sites provide reviews of commercial Internet filtering software. You can
find full links to sites on our website at: www.ac4.org/resources/internetfilters.html.
• Software4Parents (www.software4parents.com/filtercompare.html)
• About.com (familyinternet.about.com/cs/internetfiltering/a/aafilteringsoft_2.htm)
• Top Ten Reviews (internet-filter-review.toptenreviews.com)
• GetNetWise (kids.getnetwise.org/tools/)
• Filter Review (www.filterreview.com/main.asp)
• World Village's Internet Filtering Software Reviews (www.safetysurf.com)
• Consumer Reports Internet Filtering Software Review (visit AC4 website for link)
4. Router Based Filtering
• Pros: low cost and easy to maintain solution for a computer lab, office environment or home with
multiple computers
• Cons: can be difficult to disable filtering for individual users
• Zyxel HS-100 HomeSafe Router $50.00; $34.99/year for Cerberian subscription
http://www.us.zyxel.com/products/model.php?indexcate=1088622580&indexcate1=1088621451&in
dexFlagvalue=1088555542
• Belkin Wireless G Router (F5D7231-4) $60.00;$19.99/year for subscription after 6 month trial:
catalog.belkin.com/IWCatProductPage.process?Merchant_Id=&Product_Id=179477
• Linksys Parental Control Router (WRT54GS) $75.00; $39.95/year to Netopia subscription
http://linksys.com/products/product.asp?prid=610&scid=35
5. Accountability/Monitoring Software
• Sends a record of sites visited to individuals for accountability, but does not restrict access to any
sites
• X3Watch: Free at www.xxxchurch.com
• Covenant Eyes: www.covenanteyes.com for $6.99/month
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Phone Systems
Options for Phone Systems for Organizations
Multi-line phones. These systems provide the ability to share multiple phone lines across different phones.
They can provide features like voice mail for each phone, auto attendant (i.e. “Press 1 for Bob…”), call transfer,
etc. There are both standard phone systems with phone cords and cordless systems. This is the least expensive
option beyond just a basic phone system, and cordless multi-line systems can start as low as $200-300. The
limitation of these systems is that they usually can only expand to support a limited number of phones
(maximum often ranges from 8-36) and also support limited features. Good for very small to medium
organization (3-30 staff) with limited budget.
• Panasonic Wireless 4 line phone system: $599 base with $120 for each additional handset.
http://www.101phones.com/flypage/37/6179e9d506bebc5ec4b967ad164579ad/Panasonic_KX-TG4000B
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AT&T E2526 Wireless 2 line phone system: $169.99 base with $83.99 for each additional handset.
http://www.101phones.com/flypage/2448/1a94578fe82cabc10e20b0dfc1691741/ATT_E2562
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AT&T 2462Wireless 2 line phone system: $119.99 base with $99.99 for each additional handset.
http://www.101phones.com/flypage/594/none/ATT_2462
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General Electric Wireless 4 line phone system: $114.99 base with $94.99 for each additional handset.
http://www.101phones.com/flypage/3959/c330c42a4f38afd3231c1ab95939ec7d/General_Electric_RCA_25413RE3
http://www.101phones.com/flypage/3959/c330c42a4f38afd3231c1ab95939ec7d/General_Electric_RCA_25413RE3
VTech VT20-2431 2 line phone system: $139.99 base with $209.99 for each additional handset
http://www.101phones.com/browse/0323ac45519fefdf94360313722b8b51/Vtech_Multiline_Phones
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Uniden TRU8866 2 line phone system: $149.99 base with 99.99 for each additional handset
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Motorola MD7091 2 line phone system: $149 base with $79.99 for each additional handset.
http://www.101phones.com/flypage/2688/bbfe430fadd7751341feae3a38cd71e8/Uniden_TRU8866
http://www.101phones.com/flypage/4054/c5669be8b2939624402e8131872dfa0e/Motorola_MD7091
Centrex. With this option, all phones are provided by the phone company, which provides advanced features
like voice mail for each phone, auto attendant, call transfer, etc. This option provides the easiest setup and
maintenance, but will cost much more than other options in the long term. Generally each phone is charged a
monthly fee as compared to charging for each line. Good for very small to medium organization (3-30 staff)
that wants to avoid difficulty of setting up a phone system.
• Pricing depends on location and vender.
• Verizon:http://www22.verizon.com/enterprisesolution
• Sprint: http://www.sprint.com/business/products/products/centrex_enterprise.jsp
• At&t: http://www.att.com/gov/contracts/maas/services/maas_services_centrex.html
PBX/Key System. This option provides the most features for a large number of phones, without the monthly fee
for each phone reducing the long-term cost as compared to Centrex. This option also has the highest up front
cost and ongoing cost of maintenance. Most large businesses and non-profit organizations use this option.
Good for medium to large organization (20-500 staff).
Bizfon: http://www.bizfon.com Base Brice: $1200 each handset $229
Centerpoint: http://www.talkswitch.com Base Price: $1495 each handset about $149
3Com: http://www.3com.com Base Price: $2,000 each handset about $350
Other Resources
http://www.soho-telecom.com/phone-systems/tutorial/tutorial.html
http://www.101phones.com
http://www.hellodirect.com/
http://voipsupply.com/
Phone Conferencing
TechMission negotiated an excellent deal with Netspoke for AC4 members: 6 cents per participant per minute
using 617 area code number or 9 cents per participant per minute using their 800 number
• Contact Sarah Rose (srose@netspoke.com or 781-528-2261) and ask for same prices as CTCNet
Free Conferencing: http://freeconferencecall.com
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Software Donation Resources
The following is a collection of software donation resources that have been found to be useful. Example
applications for these vendors are available on the AC4 website at www.ac4.org/resources/software.html. The
software vendors providing donations include: Adobe, Autodesk, DigiDesign, Full Armor, Intuit, Knowledge
Adventure, Learning Company, Lotus, Macromedia, Microsoft, New Deal, PowerQuest, Symantec and Voyetra.
There are many options for community computer centers to get free software donations. Some are through thirdparty vendors/non-profits, while others require sending a letter directly to the company requesting a donation.
We have included links to many letters that were successful in getting software donations at the PREP Computer
Center (www.preptraining.org). The guidelines for use vary by vendor, but the following is a summary of the
requirements:
1. You must be a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
2. In general, this software is donated to be used to serve the community directly through a community
computer center (i.e. through computer classes or a walk-in computer center, etc.), but is not intended for
church use (i.e. the Pastor's computer). CCBNonprofits.com (www.ccbnonprofits.com) provides
software for church use. However, software vendors do not restrict religious content of programs that
directly serve the community although some request that it be of a non-denominational (non-sectarian)
nature.
3. Some sites have additional restrictions such as a non-discrimination statement (Adobe). In most cases a
non-discrimination statement for program participants is satisfactory.
Sources for Software Donations
• Discountech (www.discountech.org) provides Microsoft, Lotus and Symantec software at very low
prices ($30 or less for Office XP).
• CCBNonprofits.com (www.ccbnonprofits.com) provides non-profit licensing of software products that
can be used by church staff for any purpose (Office XP for $67).
• Giftsinkind.org (www.giftsinkind.org) provides software donations from Adobe, Autodesk, Microsoft,
Intuit, Lotus, PowerQuest and Symantec (cost is around $30). Some donations require that you join
Gifts in Kind ($125 per year) while others require no membership (i.e. Adobe).
• DigiDesign Audio Mixing (www.protools.com/ptfree/) provides free industry standard music mixing
tools. May require additional hardware (MIDI interface) to use all features.
• Full Armor (www.fullarmor.com) has donated software to lock down computers to avoid changes to the
configuration. An example letter that was successfully approved for a software donation is available at
www.ac4.org/resources/software.html.
• Knowledge Adventure (www.adventure.com) has donated youth educational software. An example
letter and form that was successfully approved for a software donation of five licenses of Jumpstart K-6
Grade is available at www.ac4.org/resources/software.html.
• Learning Company (www.learningcompany.com) may donate youth educational software. An example
letter for a software donation is available at www.ac4.org/resources/software.html.
• Macromedia (www.macromedia.com) has donated Dreamweaver (web design) and Flash software (20
copies in the past). They require that you fill out their form, which is available at
www.ac4.org/resources/software.html.
• Voyetra (www.voyetra.com) has donated basic music mixing software (Hip Hop eJay 2). An example
letter that was successfully approved for a software donation of five licenses of Hip Hop eJay 2 is
available at www.ac4.org/resources/software.html.
• We-Blocker (www.we-blocker.com) provides free Internet filtering software that computer centers can
use to block pornography or other things on the Internet.
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Website Resources
Free Web Hosting
• ForMinistry.com (www.forministry.com)
ForMinistry, an Internet ministry of the American Bible Society was launched in 1999 to “equip
the Church online for ministry.”
A central part of that offering includes sophisticated tools allowing churches and ministries to
build and maintain cutting-edge Web sites. This service is available to Christian congregations
and parishes, church-based ministries, ministerial associations, and denominational bodies.
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ILoveJesus.com (www.ilovejesus.com)
This site provides free, small (1 MB) sites with a simple page creator to help you design your
web page if you do not know HTML. When you create your account, your web address will
look like: http://www.ilovejesus.com/myhome/youraccountname/
For Fee Web Hosting
• Web Hosting Ratings (www.webhostingratings.com)
• Web Hosting Ratings is a complete independent guide to selecting the right domain web hosting service
for personal or business use. Web Hosting Ratings features a large searchable database of web hosting
plans with all their features, over 4000 user reviews, uptime monitoring of hundreds of web hosts, and
educational web hosting guides.
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Program Resources
Assistive Technology Resources
Assistive Technology enables people with disabilities to effectively utilize technology and information
resources. AC4 is partnered with the Alliance for Technology Access (www.ataccess.org) to help our member
sites effectively provide technology resources to people with disabilities. The following information is provided
by the Alliance for Technology Access.
• Are you working with adults who are reading at or below the 7th grade level? According to recent
reports, 60 to 80% of them have a learning disability that is most likely undiagnosed.
• At nearly twenty percent, people with disabilities are this country's largest minority. This figure includes
people with hearing loss, vision problems, arthritis, diabetes, mobility impairments, learning disabilities,
speech impairments, mental retardation and cognitive disabilities. There is a great deal of variability of
abilities. Impairments that affect the ability to hear, see, speak, walk, learn or manipulate things can be
mild to severe and affect people’s lives in very different ways.
• The barriers facing people with disabilities and functional limitations are pervasive and not always
obvious. Society’s attitudes are the greatest barriers to inclusion. We can all work together to eliminate
the barriers that prevent people with disabilities from having full access to the programs, services and
technology tools that enable them to participate in their communities and in the digital revolution.
• Access does not have to be complicated, expensive or accomplished all at once. You can start with what
is feasible and affordable. There is a great deal that you can do right now to increase your ability to
serve people with disabilities, with some of the tools you already have. Did you know you can enlarge
everything on a computer screen using Windows. Did you know you can make computers talk for
people having trouble with reading or learning English?
Access exists along a continuum and is a process that requires a sustained effort. Increasing accessibility can
become a part of your culture and core values. You can start by doing the following:
1. Check out the key resources below.
2. Assign someone to take responsibility for access.
3. Make a plan.
4. Conduct outreach to people with disabilities.
Accessibility Resources
The Alliance for Technology Access ( www.ATAccess.org ) is a network of community-based technology
resource centers and vendors focused on access for people with disabilities and functional limitations. ATA is a
partner in our Connections for Tomorrow Project with AC4. They have developed the following resources:
9 “Starting Points: An Introduction to Creating Access for People with Disabilities”
www.ATAccess.org/resources/acaw/startingpoints.html
9 “Guide to Low-Cost, No-Cost Accessibility Tools” http://www.ataccess.org/resources/lowcostnocost.html
9 “Access Aware: Extending your reach to People with Disabilities” www.ATAccess.org/resources/acaw
9 Accessibility resources on the America Connects Consortium web site: www.americaconnects.net/resources
People with disabilities represent an important sector of our community. We know you want to include them.
ATA can help! Check out the ATA web site and give us a call at (800) 455-7970.
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Certification: Becoming a MS Office Certified Testing Center
What is Microsoft Office User Specialist (MOUS) Certification?
Microsoft Office User Specialist (MOUS) Certification is an industry certification in expertise in Microsoft
Office products. While MOUS doesn't carry as much weight as an MCSE certification, it is a great way for
computer centers to provide an objective credential. Since most computer centers have no formal certification as
an educational institution, it is very helpful to give graduates of your programs an objective credential on their
skills that will be recognized by the industry. Passing these tests can provide credibility that can be helpful in
getting a job, as if your program were granting an Associates degree or a similar diploma as an accredited
institution. Receiving the certification does not guarantee that the graduate of your program will be able to get a
job, but it does help by providing an objective credential.
What are the advantages of becoming a Certified Testing Center?
It allows you to conduct testing at your location, making it easier for your students to get MOUS certified. In
addition, it will provide practice test software that can assess the readiness of your students before they take the
MOUS test. It also adds credibility to your program as you are able to say that your site is a certified testing
center, which also allows you to use the Microsoft logo. This does not mean that your program is a certified
training center, which is a more involved process similar to becoming accredited and requires having MOUS
Certified Trainers at your center.
What MOUS exams are there and how advanced are they?
There are three levels of tests: core, expert and master. Most computer centers will probably want to focus on
the core exams which only require a moderate level of expertise for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and
Outlook. Students can be certified in just one or a few test areas (e.g. “Word MOUS Certified”), but to have the
full title “MOUS Certified” they will need to pass all five. The exams for expert and master level are intended
for those who are experts in all aspects of the program and could teach and troubleshoot the programs to others.
What are the steps to becoming a MOUS Testing Center?
1. Contact Mark Saltzman at DDC Training Services at 800-964-6796 ext 322 ask for their application and
order form to become an IQ Testing Center for MOUS Exams or simply visit website at
www.ddctraining.com/iqcenter/iqapp.asp to get application.
2. The cost for their basic package is $1000, which comes with 20 MOUS exams, the Administrators
Handbook (IQ Center Handbook), Account Number, Info key to access the Portal at www.certiport.com
and installing iQ system software. Additional tests cost $48 each.
3. Need to decide whether you want the practice software to be for Office 2000, 2003 or XP. You can order
individual tests as either Office 2000 or Office XP at any point.
Many computer centers will bundle the classes with the test and charge one fee ($50-$100). One advantage of
this is that it provides a strong incentive for most of your students to take the test and try to pass it.
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Computer Curriculum Materials Available at www.techmission.org
Introduction to Computers
TechMission has professionally developed a full curriculum (in English and Spanish) for teaching an Intro to Computers course for
students with little or no computer experience. It is intended to be taught in eight class periods, two hours each and includes an Instructor
Guide and Student Manual.
• Attendance Roster (en Español)
• Syllabus (en Español)
• Instructor Guide (en Español)
• Student Manual (en Español)
• In Class Excercise 3 (en Español)
• In Class Excercise 4 (en Español)
Introduction to the Internet and World-Wide Web
Intro to the Internet and Web gives students basic e-mail and web surfing skills. It is taught in two class periods,
two hours each. Below are lesson plans for teaching navigation in the first class and e-mail in the second class,
as well as doing it in the opposite order.
• Setting Up a Free E-mail Account
• Popular Web Sites
Typing
Typing introduces students to Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing, as well as pointing out important key commands.
It is taught in two two-hour classes during which much time is given to students to practice typing on their own.
Below are the handouts PREP has used.
• Class 1 Tips
• Class 2 Tips (Important Keys)
• Using Mavis Beacon
Introduction to Microsoft Word
Intro to Word teaches basic word-processing skills to students who have finished Intro to Computers, or its
equivalent. It is taught in six two-hour sessions.
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Class 1 Overview, Class 1 Outline, Class 1 In-Class Work, Class 1 Homework
Class 2 Outline, Class 2 In-Class Review Exercise, Class 2 In-Class Editing Practice, Class 2 Tips, Class 2 Homework #1
Class 2 Homework #2
Class 3 Outline, Class 3 In-Class Instructions, Class 3 Tips, Class 3 Homework
Class 4 Outline, Class 4 In-Class Instructions, Class 4 Tips, Class 4 Homework
Class 5 Outline, Class 5 In-Class Instructions, Class 5 Homework
Class 6 Outline, Class 6 In-Class Exercise
Introduction to Microsoft Excel
Intro to Excel teaches basic Excel and spreadsheet skills to students who have completed Intro to Microsoft
Word or its equivalent. It is taught in six two-hour sessions.
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Class 2 Terminology Quiz, Class 2 Terminology Quiz Answers, Class 2 Tips, Class 2 Homework, Class 3 Outline
Class 3 Tips, Class 3 Homework, Class 4 Tips, Class 4 Homework
Class 5 Tips, Class 5 Homework, Example: Party Budget
Functions
Review Workbook
Advanced Microsoft Word
Advanced Microsoft Word follows the Intro to Word course. It teaches a variety of higher-level skills in eight
two-hour classes.
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Class 1 Outline: Drawing Tools, Class 1 Homework
Class 2 Outline: Tables Using Menu Bar, Class 2 In-class Exercise: Review of Drawing Tools
Class 2 Agenda Table Exercise, Class 2 Homework, Tables Review
Class 3 Outline: Tables using Tables Toolbar, Class 3 In-class Exercise
Class 4 Outline: Text to Tables, Sorts, Calculating
Class 5 Outline: Table Sorts, Headings, Find & Replace
Class 6 Data Source, Class 6 Letter without Merge Fields, Class 6 Letter with Merge Fields
Class 7 Outline: Mail Merge II, Labels, Queries, Class 7 Labels with Merge Fields, Class 7 Homework
Class 8 Outline: Templates, AutoCorrect, Autotext
Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship, a.k.a. Start Your Own Business, has been taught for both youth and adults. Below are lesson
plans and presentations from the adult version. The class is taught in six two-hour sessions.
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Class 1 Outline, Starting Your Own Business (Class 1)
Success Diamond
The 4 P's
Executive Summary of the 4 P's
Market Research
Marketing Summary
Business Analysis
Class 4 Outline, Class 4 Review
Class 6: Sales Networking
Databases
Databases is taught in eight two-hour sessions that focus on Microsoft Access. Below is a brief course given
during a two-hour workshop as well as a highly recommended curriculum resource.
• Creating a Member database using Microsoft Access 2000
• Microsoft Access Tutorials
Graphic Design
Graphic Design teaches principles of design, Microsoft Publisher and some Adobe Photoshop in eight two-hour
sessions. Below are class outlines, general help sheets, and examples used in the class.
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Class 1 Kitty Flyer Raw Example
Class 1 Kitty Flyer In Between Example
Class 1 Kitty Flyer In Between #2 Example
Class 1 Kitty Flyer Final Example
Class 4 Type Terms
Class 4 Type Treatments
Class 4 Vermeer Poster Example
Class 6 Garden Variety Brochure Example
General Help Sheet: Publisher Basics
General Help Sheet: Scanning
Web Page Design
Web Page Design classes at PREP have taught both Microsoft FrontPage and HTML at an introductory level in
six or eight two-hour classes. Below are selected notes on HTML.
• Hyperlinks
• Tags and Attributes
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Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) Programs
What is the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)?
EITC is a catalyst for low-incom families’ economic success. EITC is now a way to supplement wages while
making work more attractive than welfare. The current credit can add as much as $4300 to a family’s annual
income. The EITC credit reduces taxes for workers, supplements wages and makes work more attractive. As
traditional welfare programs continue to change, EITC is the single largest federal aid program for working
families. The EITC Program is larger than food stamps, and Tax Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
combined. About 20 million families received some $37 BILLION – an average of nearly $1800 for the 2003 tax
year. The EITC lifts over 4.7 million people out of poverty each year, including 2.5 million children. It has the
ability to turn a $7 per hour job into a $9 per hour job.
What are Benefits of Starting an EITC Program in Your Computer Center?
Many computer centers have started EITC programs to assist people in the community in claiming their earned
income tax credit, file their taxes and increase their income. A qualified individual must first and foremost file a
tax return (whether tax is owed or not) and complete “schedule EIC” (affirmative action required). To be eligible
for a full or partial credit, a taxpayer must have earned income and adjusted gross income of less than:
• $34,458 (35,458 for MFJ) with two or more qualifying children
• $30,338 (31,338 if MFJ) with one or more qualifying child
• $11,490 (12,490 MFJ) with no qualifying children
The MAXIMUM EITC is:
$4,300 for taxpayers with two or more qualifying children
$2,604 for taxpayers with one qualifying child
$ 390 for an individual without qualifying children
What can a Community Computer Center do with EITC?
Community Computer Centers are equipped to do free online tax filing (e-file), available on the Internal
Revenue Services webpage, for people of low income. Studies show that many taxpayers who qualify for EITC
do not claim it (up to 25% per independent studies)1 Computer centers can therefore inform, train, and give
access to eligible taxpayers. In other words, computer centers can mobilize large numbers of low income people
to take advantage of this great opportunity!
Where can I get more information about the EITC Program?
To contact you local representative, you can visit the IRS website at http://www.irs.gov/localcontacts/index.html
or visit the following web pages:
o www.irs-eitc.info/SPEC (IRS site on EITC)
o www.cbpp.org (Center on Budget and Policy Priorities site and access to EITC toolkit)
o www.tax-coalition.org (National Tax Coalition site)
o www.brookings.org (Brookings Institution - key word: EITC)
o http://www.cbpp.org/eitc-partnership/eitc-partnership.htm (National Outreach EITC Partnership)
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Educational Software for Youth
Academic Curriculum Support Software
• Plato Learning (www.plato.com)
o Market leader
• Lightspan (www.lightspan.com)
o Good assessment, integration with standards (subdivision of Plato)
• Compass Learning (compasslearning.com)
o Good assessment, integration with standards and fun learning tools
• Riverdeep (www.riverdeep.com)
o Best source for fun learning tools
• Pearson (www.pearsondigital.com)
o Good assessment and integration with standards
Test Prep Software
• Test U (www.testu.com)
o Good test prep tools for state assessments, SAT and ACT
• Princeton Review (www.princetonreview.com)
o Good test prep tools for SAT and ACT
College Search and Assistance
• My Road (www.myroad.com)
o Web tool to assist students in preparing for college
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English as a Second Language (ESL) Software
ESL and TOEFL Software Providers
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Exceller Sofware Corp. (http://www.exceller.com/toefl-esl-software.html)
English Tutor for Windows: $69.00. Contact: (513)792-9555
ESL Pro Systems. (http://www.esl-pro.com/store.aspx)
Price range: $29.99-$69.99. Contact: (877)737-5776
Innovative Learning Systems Nova (http://www.ilsnova.com)
Price: $10,500 Contact: (800) 488-4205
Aztec Software (www.aztecsoftware.com)
Contact: (800) 273-0033
McGraw-Hill/Contemporary (http://www.ntc-cb.com)
Price: $20.50 Contact: (800)621-1918
Plato Learning System (http://www.plato.com)
Contact: $800.44..PLATO
Steck Vaughn (http://steckvaughn.harcourtachieve.com)
Price: $16.99. Contact: 800-531-5015
Software for Spanish Speakers
La Mansion del Ingles (http://www.mansioningles.com/Descarga.htm)
Free practice activities and lessons to learn English
Spanishtoys.com (Inc.)
• Say it in English –Digalo en Ingles: Excellent Spanish Software to Learn English
http://www.spanishtoys.com/UDidiomasDetail.asp?Number=159
Price:$19.99. Contact: (800)526-0091
• Learn Ingles Your Way
http://www.spanishtoys.com/UDidiomasDetail.asp?Number=64
Price: $59.99. Contact: (800)526-0091
Online ESL and TOEFL Resources
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List of best ESL software for schools, businesses and other organizations
http://www.catesol.org/software.html
ESL software listed by graduate students at Seattle University
http://esl.about.com/cs/software
ESL and TOEFL software pick from about.com
http://www.wor.com/shopping/products.asp?id=166
ESL software for High School to Adult
http://www.mvls.org/mvlshome/spanish.htm
List of Spanish Language websites
http://www.americaconnects.net/resources/default.asp?topicid=25#ESL
Online Resources available to English learners
http://www.ctcnet.org/resources/ctcweb.asp?webcat=esl
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GED Computer-Based Training Resources
GED Software Providers
• Innovative Learning Systems Nova (www.ilsnova.com)
o 5 computers: $10,500; 10 computers: $15,500
• American Guidance Service (www.agsnet.com)
o 5 subjects (Writing Skills, Social Studies, Science, Literature & Arts, Mathematics): $1,199;
single subject: $299.95
• Aztec Software (www.aztecsoftware.com)
o 1 computer: $2,750; 5 computers: $6,500
• Merit Software (www.meritsoftware.com)
o 1 computer: $495; 5 computers: $1,680
• McGraw-Hill/Contemporary (www.ntc-cb.com)
o Contact representative for cost
• Plato Learning System (www.plato.com)
o Contact representative for cost
• Steck-Vaughn (www.steck-vaughn.com)
o Pre-GED—Single computer: $799, Hard drive version with site license: $1,495, Network
version $2,195
o GED—Single computer: $597, Hard drive version with site license: $1,197.50; Network
version: $1,797.50
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Online GED Test and Classes
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GED Online (www.gedonline.org)
ƒ Online self-paced instruction for GED students
ƒ Initial four-month tuition and registration fee of $50, then $10/month
Maricopa Online Program (www.rio.maricopa.edu/ci/programs/ged/start_ged.shtml)
ƒ $25 to take the pre-tests, and $25 for each 14-week online course
OLT: Online Training Institute (www.oltraining.com)
ƒ Online self-paced instruction for GED students
ƒ $150 tuition fee for each test prep area, or $600 tuition for all five tests
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Computer Centers in Developing Countries
TechMission’s AC4 has over 100 members in developing countries. We have found two models that work
particularly well for computer centers in developing countries: for-fee Cybercafés and Computer Training
Centers.
Cybercafés (For-fee Internet Access Centers)
For-fee cybercafés provide Internet access in developing countries while charging customers a nominal fee.
Because the cost of Internet in most developing countries is significant and the demand is high, most cybercafés
in developing countries will charge a fee for Internet access. The Asian Internet Bible Institute has worked out a
replicable model of cybercafés in developing countries.
• CyberMission’s Cybercafé Training Materials (www.cybermissions.org/icafe/)
• CyberMission’s Cybercafé Training Presentation (www.cybermissions.org/icafe/UPG_icafe.ppt)
Computer Training Program for Jobs
Another popular model for computer centers in developing countries are those that focus on providing training in
computer and technology skills needed for jobs. Oasis International has developed a successful, replicable
model training program called Net2Work that has trained over 1,200 participants with a 50% job placement rate.
• Net2Work’s Website (www.net2work.org)
• Net2Work Training Presentation
(www.techmission.org/presentations/Jo_Coles_Oasis_Net2work_Presentation.ppt)
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Becoming a Supplemental Educational Services Provider (DoE)
What is Supplemental Educational Services (SES)?
Supplemental Educational Services is a program of the US Department of Education that provides voucher
funding to after-school programs serving low-income students from low-performing school districts. Afterschool sites must apply to become an SES provider through their state Department of Education, and then can
begin receiving payments for any qualified students.
Benefits of SES
After becoming an approved SES provider, your after-school or out-of-school site can start receiving between
$600 and $2,000 of voucher funding from your state for each student that qualifies. This generally requires
providing from 20 to 65 hours of tutoring or instruction.
What are the restrictions on faith with SES funding?
The 20-65 hours of formal SES tutoring/instruction may not contain any faith component, but sites that are able
to provide the tutoring for less than the amount received from the voucher may use the voucher funding for
anything without any restrictions. For example, if your site could provide the required tutoring hours for only
$500 per student and you received $2,000 per student in voucher funding, then you could use the $1,500 of
voucher funding without any restrictions. Students participating in the SES tutoring may not be required to
participate in faith activities.
What are the Primary Requirements?
• Most states require that your after-school program meet state licensing standards
• Liability insurance and background checks for staff are generally required
• Evidence of record of effectiveness and high quality instructional strategies aligned with state and local
curriculum is needed
• Some states may require some staff meet educational/certification standards
• Sites will be required to show pre and post tests of students in the program
To Find out More or to Apply
1. Visit US Department of Education SES Page at:
http://www.ed.gov/about/inits/list/fbci/suppservices.html
2. Go through the Training Webcast on Applying for SES at:
http://www.connectlive.com/events/supplemental/
3. Contact your State SES Office from the list at:
http://www.ed.gov/about/inits/list/fbci/ses-2005.doc
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Technology Program Informational Resources
There are a large number of organizations and information resources available to those who would like to learn
more about community computer centers. These include:
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Christian Computing Magazine (www.ccmag.com) is a great resource for finding information on how
computers and technology can be used to improve operations of a church.
Community Technology Centers Network (www.ctcnet.org) is the oldest and largest network of
community technology centers (both Christian and others). They have an e-mail list for their members
and extensive resources to assist CTCs including their Center Start Up Manual
(www.ctcnet.org/toc.htm). Membership in CTCNet costs $100.
International Conference on Computing and Missions (www.gospelcom.net/iccm/) is a conference
for Christians interested in applying technology to missions. They have an e-mail list with hundreds of
subscribers.
YouthLearn (www.youthlearn.org) is a network of youth development and educators (both Christians
and others), and have many resources for technology education for youth. Their resources include an email list (www.youthlearn.org/join/subscribe.html) with hundreds of subscribers and a guide
(www.youthlearn.org/guide/) for teaching technology to youth that they sell.
Digital Divide Network (www.digitaldividenetwork.org) is a group focused on researching the digital
divide and sharing resources among community technology centers (both Christian and others) and is
funded by the Benton Foundation. They have an e-mail list with thousands of people with an interest in
the digital divide.
America Connects Consortium (www.americaconnects.net) is a consortium of groups addressing the
digital divide and works closely with CTCNet. They provide a range of resources and e-mail lists and
make their list archives (ctcnet.org/americaconnects/) available.
European Christian Internet Conference Network (www.ecic.info) provides an annual conference on
technology and the Internet for Churches and Christian Organizations in Europe.
Tech Foundation (www.techfoundation.org) provides a monthly, free subscription newsletter
(www.imakenews.com/techfoundation/) on grants available to technology programs in non-profit
organizations.
Compumentor (www.compumentor.org) provides information on how non-profit organizations can
better use technology to improve their operations. In addition they provide a monthly newsletter called
TechSoup (www.techsoup.org) and discounted software (www.discountech.org)
Neighborhood Networks (www.neighborhoodnetworks.org) is an initiative of the US Department of
Housing and Urban Development (HUD) that supports technology centers in HUD programs. This
program should be of interest to faith-based organizations wishing to partner with HUD programs.
National Telecommunications and Information Administration (www.ntia.doc.gov) conducts
extensive studies of the digital divide. Their latest report “Falling through the Net” is available at:
www.digitaldivide.gov/reports.htm
Books
• Using Theology to Teach Technology, Clemmie Perry, 2002
(http://etrainingconsult.com/workbooks.htm)
• Technology and Social Inclusion: Rethinking the Digital Divide, Mark Warschauer, 2003
• Digital Divide: Civic Engagement, Information Poverty, and the Internet Worldwide, Pippa Norris, 2001
• The YouthLearn Guide: A Creative Approach to Working With Youth and Technology, 2002
(http://www.youthlearn.org/guide/)
• Keystrokes to Literacy: Using the Computer As a Learning Tool for Adult Beginning Readers, Antonia
Stone
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Technology in Youth Programs
Lesson Plans
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Youth Learn Lesson Plans in Technology (www.youthlearn.org/learning/activities/)
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The Youth Learn Guide: “A Creative Approach to Working with Youth and Technology”
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$19.95 if you join their e-mail list
AC4 Youth Technology Resources and Lesson Plans (www.ac4.org/curricula/youth_resources.html)
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Sites for Youth Ministers
• YouthPastor.com (www.youthpastor.com)
Focus is dedicated to the youth pastor, designing resources and services that are not typically
available from the church denominations and Christian curriculum publishing services.
• CompassionWorks (www.compassionworks.org)
• YouthBuilders (www.youthbuilders.com)
On-line ministry of support for adults who help kids.
• Urban Youth Workers Institute (www.uywi.org)
Listen to seminars from the Urban Youth Workers Institute archives.
• Reach Out Youth Solutions (www.reach-out.org)
Mission is to equip leaders for strategic youth ministry through the Church around the world.
• Fun-Attic (www.funattic.com)
Store and resource center with outdoor toys and innovative sporting goods. Special line of
products available to keep everyone as safe as possible during activities.
• ChristianPromote (www.christianpromote.com)
Help Christian web sites promote their sites
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Ticket to Work Voucher Program (Dept. of Labor)
What is the Ticket to Work Program?
This US Federal program allows any faith-based or community program (Employment Networks) to provide
necessary services to individuals entitled to SSI and SSDI benefits based on disability to find, enter and retain
employment. Employment Networks can start collecting payments from the Social Security Administration
following the very first month a beneficiary gets his paycheck.
Who qualifies for SSI or SSDI?
All SSI and SSDI disability cash beneficiaries except:
• Beneficiaries whose conditions are expected to improve, and who have not had at least one continuing
disability review
• Beneficiaries who have not attained age 18 or who have attained age 65 (SSI) or Full Retirement Age
(SSDI)
• Childhood SSI beneficiaries who have attained age 18, but who have not had a redetermination under the
adult disability standard2
Benefits of the Ticket to Work Program
The main benefit is to be able to collect payment for each individual for each month they retain their job for up
to 5 years according to the following rates:
* SSI: $197 per month for up to 60 months = $11,820
* SSDI: $328 per month for up to 60 months = $19,680
What are the Primary Requirements?
• Report on whether a beneficiary is making timely progress toward self sufficiency
• Give information about a beneficiary’s work activity and earnings so that in order for the Social Security
Administration can determine their effect on entitlement to benefits and benefit amounts
What are the restrictions on faith with T2W funding?
The formal Ticket to Work training may not contain any faith component, but sites that are able to provide the
training for less than the amount received from the federal government may use such funding for anything
without restrictions. Beneficiaries in the Ticket to Work program may not be required to participate in faith
activities.
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Contact Mildred Owens at Social Security Administration at mildred.owens@ssa.gov (410) 965-6451
Register to become an employment network at http://www.yourtickettowork.com/rfp
Identify qualified SSI or SSDI individuals who have received a government voucher for training and
provide them with job training.
www.ssa.gov/work
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Youth Technology Program Lesson Plans
Computer Basics Lesson Plan
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Description: Computer Basics was taught to students in K-8th grades in several one-hour sessions.
Encarta Africana Scavenger Hunt Lesson Plan
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Description: The Encarta Africana Scavenger Hunt is an introductory exercise to make middle-school
students familiar with Encarta Africana and African history in a one-hour class.
Requires: Microsoft Encarta Africana
Planning a Vacation Lesson Plan
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Description: Middle-school students plan a vacation using the Internet over two or three one-hour
classes.
Requires: Internet Access
Heroes Lesson Plan
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Description: In the first one-hour class, middle-school students found heroes using Encarta Africana,
an on-line encyclopedia focusing on African-American history. In the second class, students make
posters about their heroes.
Requires: Encarta Africana
History of Hip Hop Lesson Plan
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Description: The middle-school students begin by answering worksheet questions about how Hip Hop
began. Then they found a Hip Hop artist and his/her lyrics on the Internet. Finally, they used
PowerPoint to present an analysis of the positives and negatives of Hip Hop culture based on the lyrics
they found.
Includes: Project Overview, History of Hip Hop Worksheet , Hip Hop Web Sites, Find Your Musician
Poetry Lesson Plan
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Description: The poetry project spanned two one-hour classes and allowed middle-school students to
first research a poet in Encarta Africana and on the Internet and then use their creativity to write and
format their own poem in Microsoft Word.
Requires: Encarta Africana
Legacy of Love Lesson Plan
Description: The Legacy of Love is two one-hour projects that allow younger children to claim that they come
from a "Legacy of Love" as they learn to use Microsoft Publisher to make posters and greeting cards.
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Organizational Resources
Grant Information
Christian community computer centers qualify for many grants from foundations and other grant-giving
organizations. Because the focus of Christian community computer centers is on addressing the digital divide,
they can apply for grants from most foundations and some government agencies, without any modification to
program design or the Christian character of the organization. Some tips to help get you started include:
1. Invest a significant amount of time doing research to find which grants to apply for. Probably the best
resource for this is the Foundation Center (www.fdncenter.org). They have a list of local grant libraries
(www.fdncenter.org/collections/), which should probably be your first step in applying for grants. Two
additional resources are shown below. Most of these grants are more difficult to get because they are
often national in scope.
o Tech Grants Newsletter (www.imakenews.com/techfoundation/) on grants for technology
o List of Tech Grants (www.lib.msu.edu/harris23/grants/2comptec.htm)
o Foundation Center's Tech Grant List (www.fdncenter.org/pnd/rfp/cat_science.jhtml)
2. Talk with the grant-giving organization, and if possible set up a meeting to give the "pitch" for your
grant. Many grant-makers see hundreds or thousands of applications, so a personal meeting is a great
way to stand out.
3. Get books on grant writing, and if it is your first grant application, you can request a model grant from
AC4 at info@ac4.org.
4. Do not assume that because you are a Christian organization, you can only apply to Christian grantgiving organizations. Most grant-giving organizations will only want to ensure that their funds are going
toward social service (i.e. not to pay the pastor's salary). Having said that, be sure to read the fine print
on any restrictions on your programs related to religion, and clearly, decisions related to these are up to
your organization.
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Grant Information (U.S. Government)
Federal Funding and Faith
Under the “Charitable Choice” provisions, the US government has significantly relaxed restrictions on faithbased organizations receiving federal funding. You can find the new guidelines on restrictions on faith related to
Federal grants in the USA at http://www.whitehouse.gov/government/fbci/guidance_document.pdf
Direct Federal Grants in the United States
Direct Federal Grants are among the most competitive grant competitions with usually only 1 in 10 to 1 in 20 of
applicants actually receiving a grant. Most federal grants require that the applicant provide matching funds from
non-government sources (usually 1-to-1 match). The following is a list of the key federal grant opportunities
related to community technology.
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US Department of Education Community Technology Centers (CTC) Grant: This federal grant
usually can provide up to $500,000 for Community Technology Centers to demonstrate the educational
value of technology in urban, rural and economically distressed communities. Each year the grant has a
different focus area combined with technology (e.g. in 2002 it was “Technology and Adult Basic
Education” and in 2003 it was “Technology and supporting disadvantaged high school students”). Each
year the announcement for the competition is usually made in May and the grant is due in July. They
usually provide funding for organizations that have previously received federal funding (regular round)
or those who have not directly received federal funding (novice round). For more information visit:
http://www.ed.gov/fund/grant/apply/AdultEd/CTC/index.html
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US Department of Labor Intermediary and Grassroots Organizations Grant: This federal grant
provide up to $500,000 for intermediary organizations and up to $300,000 for grassroots organizations
that provide workforce development programs in the community. Each year the announcement for the
competition is usually made in April and the grant is due in May. The focus of this grant is for
organizations that will interface with the government’s One Stop Career Centers. A general rule of
thumb for those who are applying for workforce development funds is that a good program applying for
a grant will have about an 80% job placement rate and be able to train and place people in jobs for
around $2,000 per person (i.e. a $200,000 grant should be able to place 100 people in jobs). For more
information visit: http://www.dol.gov/cfbci/funding.htm or
http://www.dol.gov/opa/media/press/opa/OPA2002370.htm
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Department of Commerce Technology Opportunities Program: TOP (formerly known as TIIAP)
provides matching grants for technology projects that improve public access to education, health care,
public safety, and other community-based services. In general this grant focuses on demonstrating the
use of cutting edge technologies to serve communities (e.g. video conferencing, wireless Internet access,
etc.). This federal grant provides up to $750,000 for intermediary organizations and up to $300,000 for
grassroots organizations that provide workforce development programs in the community. Each year the
announcement for the competition is usually made in March and the grant is due in April. For more
information visit: http://www.ntia.doc.gov/top/
Federal Grants through Intermediaries
Organizations can also receive federal grants through intermediary organizations that have received federal
grants and will be sub-granting to smaller organizations. These grants are much easier to apply for, generally
have a much higher percentage of being awarded and the intermediary provides much of the required reporting
to the federal government to simplify implementation. One current intermediary grant of interest is the
Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Compassion Capital Grant. AC4 provides a list to its
members of Compassion Capital intermediaries and grant information available on its website.
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Government Grant Information Continued
State Funding Sources
Most states will have funding sources similar to those listed above, but the funding varies from state to state.
The general categories of funding include youth programs, workforce development, technology programs, etc.
To find out the funding sources in your state, we recommend that you contact other more established computer
centers in your state either from AC4’s member list (http://www.ac4.org/resources/center_list.html) or CTCNet’s
member list (http://www2.ctcnet.org/ctc.asp).
Corporation for National Service
The Corporation for National Service can provide full or part-time “staff” members to serve in non-profit
organizations. These members receive a small stipend (currently about $10,000) and may receive an additional
$4,750 educational stipend after completing their year. The recruitment of AmeriCorps members can be left up
to the local organization to use existing relationships to ensure recruiting of trustworthy individuals. Under
current US Government Guidelines, organizations may not restrict hiring AmeriCorps members based on their
faith. There are several ways to get connected into the opportunities available:
1. CTC VISTA Project. This project provides full-time AmeriCorps*VISTA members to serve full time
for at least one year in community technology centers. This project currently charges $2,000 per
member. For more information visit: http://www.cpcs.umb.edu/VISTA/
2. VISTA Initiative for Faith-Based Organizations. These positions are specifically allocated toward
faith-based and community organizations with the intention of making them easily accessible to small
organizations. For more information contact your state VISTA office:
http://www.nationalservice.org/about/family/commissions_pick.html
3. AmeriCorps through Intermediaries. There are many intermediary non-profit organizations that will
assign their AmeriCorps members to serve in other organizations. Mission Year (www.missionyear.org)
is a Christian organization that will assign AmeriCorps members to other organizations, and City Year
(www.cityyear.org) is a secular organization that does the same. To develop a partnership with an
intermediary, you should directly contact an intermediary organization that serves in your area.
4. AmeriCorps State Application. Non-profit organizations can also apply directly to become an
AmeriCorps host agency. In general organizations must apply for at least 10-20 full-time members to
receive members at this level. The application process usually begins in the fall. For more information
contact your local state office at: http://www.nationalservice.org/about/family/commissions_pick.html
5. AmeriCorps National Application. Non-profit organizations can also apply directly to become a
National AmeriCorps host agency. In general organizations must apply for at least 20 full-time
members across multiple states to receive members at this level. The application process usually begins
in January. For more information visit: http://www.americorps.org/resources/guidelines2003.html
Work Study Students
Any non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization may get college students assigned to have their “work-study” job with the
non-profit organization. Typically the federal government will cover 75-100% of the cost of paying these
students as a part of their financial aid package. The recruitment of work-study staff may be left up to the local
organization to use existing relationships to ensure recruiting of trustworthy individuals. Under current US
Government Guidelines, organizations may not restrict hiring work-study members based on their faith. To
apply to have work-study students, you will first need to contact the financial aid office of the college you will
be recruiting students from.
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Online Staff Recruiting
Online Staff Recruiting Targeting Christian Organizations
These sites charge a small fee for assistance with online staff recruiting. They both assist in advertising positions
to potential job seekers and providr the ability to search resumes. Because these sites are targeting the Christian
community most applicants through these sites share a basic Christian faith.
1. Christian Career Center (www.christiancareercenter.com) is a great low-cost online recruiting
Website with over 23,000 postings.
2. Intercristo (www.intercristo.com) is considered by many to be the market leader in Christian job
placement with thousands of opportunities.
3. Christian Placements (www.churchstaffing.com/cp/) is an online recruiting site with over 5,000
postings.
4. Kingdom Careers (www.kingdomcareers.com) is another good online recruiting site targeting the
Christian community.
5. ChristianNet Jobs (www.christianet.com/christianjobs) is another good online recruiting site targeting
the Christian community.
6. ChristianJobs.com (www.christianjobs.com) is another good online recruiting site targeting the
Christian community.
Secular Online Staff Recruiting Sites
These sites charge a fee for providing online staff recruiting resources. While these sites have many more
applicants, their applicant pool includes both Christian and non-Christian job seekers.
1. Monster.com (www.monster.com) is the market leader in online job placement.
2. Yahoo Hot Jobs (www.hotjobs.com).
3. Careerbuilder (www.careerbuilder.com).
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Online Volunteer Recruiting
Options for Volunteer Recruitment
The following are some methods of recruiting volunteers for technology programs. See this document for sample
templates for each of these methods.
1. Church Recruitment. Send out an e-mail to the church list or post an announcement in the bulletin, on
powerpoint, or on a bulletin board.
2. Online Recruitment. Many sites provide free online volunteer job listings. This method may reach the
most volunteers, but most sites won’t limit inquires to Christians only. Some reliable sites are:
• Volunteer match (volunteermatch.org) is the number one online matching site on the Web
• Volunteer Solutions (volunteersolutions.org)
• Serve Net (servenet.org)
• Idealist (idealist.org)
• Online Volunteering (Onlinevolunteering.org)
• Craig’s List (Craigslist.org)
3. AC4 Volunteer Recruitment. AC4 will soon provide the ability on our website for you to post your
volunteer positions to help meet your technology needs. Sites can choose to only accept tech volunteers
who are Christians.
4. Other Recruitment. E-mail, post flyers, or talk in person to a college group such as Intervarsity or
Campus Crusade for Christ.
Online Volunteer Screening
1. Conduct screening and background check of volunteers for only $8/volunteer online at
http://www.volunteerselect.org
2. Get references from volunteers and follow through in checking them.
More Resources
1.
TechMission’s PowerPoint presentation on volunteer management available at:
http://www.techmission.org/training/conference_materials.php
2.
Templates, such as sample job descriptions, sample volunteer applications, etc. available on
TechMission’s Website.
3.
Helpful Links.
• America Connects Consortium Volunteer Management Page. Provides a great summary of some of
the best resources on volunteer management.
http://www.americaconnects.net/resources/default.asp?topicid=2
• TechSoup's Volunteer Management Page. Provides great resources on volunteer management of
technical volunteers. http://www.techsoup.org/howto/articles.cfm?topicid=7&topic=Volunteers
• TechSoup's Technical Volunteer Management Manual. Comprehensive manual on all aspects of
managing technical volunteers. http://www.techsoup.org/products/downloads/TechVolMan2001v1.2.pdf
• CTCNet's Volunteer Resources Page. Provides many links to volunteer management resources.
http://www.ctcnet.org/resources/ctcweb.asp?webcat=volunteers
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List of Christian Community Computer Centers & AC4 Members
USA CENTRAL
New Hope Community Baptist Church
Michelle Stewart
708-954-7087,
mzshelley@sbcglobal.net
Annie B Jones Community Services,
Inc.
Beverly Blow
1507 E 53rd Street
PMB 336
Chicago, IL 60615-4509
(773) 667-2100, BBlow@abj.org
Canaan Community Redevelopment
Corp
Delectra H. Simpson
5510 S. Paulina
Chicago, IL 60636
7739575031,
canaancommunityrc@sbcglobal.net
Chicago Mennonite Learning Center
Ken Hawkley
4647 W.47th Street
Chicago, IL 60632-4847
773-735-9304,
khawkley@chicagomennonite.org
Christian Community Development
Association
Maryann Bolton
3555 W. Ogden Avenue
Chicago, IL 60612
773-762-0994, maryann@ccda.org
Community Christian Church
Eli Orozco
1635 Emerson Lane
Naperville, IL 60608
773.387.2375,
eliorozco@communitychristian.org
Family Empowerment Community
Center
Ena Williams
Joliet, IL 60435
, ewilliams673@sbcglobal.net
Greater New Mt. Eagle MB Church
Tamora R. Hughes
12301 S. Michigan Ave.
Chicago, IL 60628
773-995-9950,
gnmetechlab@yahoo.com
Interfaith Refugee and Immigration
Ministries
Soudary Kittivong-Greenbaum
4753 N. Broadway, Ste. 401
Chicago, IL 60640-4981
773-989-5647 ext 235, skg@irim.org
Lawndale Christian Development
Corporation
Licia Knight
3843 W. Ogden Ave
Chicago, IL 60623
773-762-8889, lknight@lcdc.net
Living Faith Community Church
William Gates Sr.
1000 N Sedgwick
Chicago, IL 60610
312-751-3800, wgates_01@yahoo.com
New hope Community Church
Wyatt L Rush
7400 South Michigan Ave.
Chicago, IL 60619-1621
773-487-4673,
pastorrush@sbcglobal.net
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Poder Learning Center
Daniel P Loftus
1637 S. Allport St.
Chicago, IL 60608
312-226-2002, poder_lc@hotmail.com
Back to God Movement 2000, Inc.
Eric C. Weathersby
624 Broadway
Gary, IN 46402
219 218-5548, jaguarecw@aol.com
Pui Tak Center
David Wu
2216 S. Wentworth Avenue
Chicago, IL 60616
312-328-1188, dwu@aol.com
Spirit of God Technology Center
Kira A Davis
4373 West 5th Avenue
Gary, IN 46406
219-944-7653,
kiradavis@sbcglobal.net
Roseland Christian Ministries
Jeremy Heyboer
10858 W Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60628
773-264-5665,
rcmcomputers@msn.com
Reaping The Harvest Ministries
International
Leo Standley Jr.
1110 N. 18th Street
Kansas City, KS 66102
913-621-1577, rthchurch1@aol.com
Soteria worship & Praise Int'l Church
Delois Jennings
17 W 716 Butterfield Rd. #102
Oak Brook Terrace, IL 60181
630 629-6217, delawa12@msn.com
Nichole Marbury
20900 Oakwood Blvd
Dearborn, MI 48124-5029
313-271-6010, ntard@comcast.net
Urban Transformation Ministries
Joel A Shaffer
633 Livingston N.E.
Grand Rapids, MI 49503-1547
616-293-6414, shafferutm@aol.com
Sunshine Gospel Ministries
Joel Hamernick
PO Box 10615
Chicago, IL 60610
773-268-0656,
joel@sunshinegospel.org
Union Gospel Mission Twin Cities
Roger Quant
77 9th Street East
St. Paul, MN 55101
651-228-1800 x 316,
rquant@ugmtc.org
Sunshine Gospel Ministries
Vince McCaskill
PO Box 10615
Chicago, IL 60610
vincemc1@yahoo.com
The Bridge / El Puente
Marc S. Johnson
1239 Country Glen Lane
Carol Stream, IL 60188
6304830017,
Marc_Johnson@usc.salvationarmy.org
Youth Resources
Ronald R McConico
2114 Queen Ave. No.
Minneapolis, MN 55411
612-529-0198, ron@mcconico.com
Africa's Hope
Kirk Spain
580 W Central St
Springfield, MO 65802-3928
kspain@africashope.org
The Joseph Center
Edna Chapman
7600 W. Roosevelt Rd.
Forest Park, IL
708-697-5444,
echapman@livingwd.org
The Salvation Army
David D Van Hoesen
616 N. 16th Street
East St. Louis, IL 62205
618.874.3136,
David_Van_Hoesen@usc.salvationarm
y.org
The Salvation Army (Central Territory)
Ronald Shoults
10 W Algonquin
Des Plaines, IL 60016-6000
847-294-2254,
ron_shoults@usc.salvationarmy.org
The Salvation Army of Des Plaines IL
Kjell T Steinsalnd
609 W Dempster
Des Plaines, IL 60016
847-981-9111 Ext. 101,
desplainescorps@salvos.com
The Salvation Army, Tom Seay Corps
Nancy B Powers
1025 W. Sunnyside
Chicago, IL 60640
7732716182,
Nancy_Powers@usc.salvationarmy.org
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InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
Urban Projects
Randy White
P.O. Box 7895
Madison, WI 53707
559.497-8739, randywhite@fiful.org
USA EAST
African-American Community
Computer & Resources Academy
(ACCRA)
Kofi Frimpong-Aninakwa
190 Wakefield Circle
East Hartford, CT 06118
860-291-0392, accra2010@yahoo.com
City Gate
Meredith Young
4025 9th Street, SE
Washington, DC 20032
202-561-5113, meredith.young@citygate.org
Bethel AME Church
Melanee Addison
215 Forest Hills Street
Jamaica Plains, MA 02130
617.524.4510,
Bethesda Baptist Church
Fendy Alexis
35 Fairmont Ave.
Boston, MA 02126
fendyalexis@hotmail.com
Boston HERC at Leon De Juda
Sam Acevedo
68 Northampton St
Roxbury, MA 02118
617-442-5608,
sacevedo@bostonherc.org
Boston Rescue Mission
Chris Sullivan
39 Kingston St., PO Box 120069
Boston, MA 02112-0069
(617) 482-8819 ext. 1244,
csullivan@brm.org
Savannah United Methodist Church
Richard N Piper
103 N 4th Street
Savannah, MO 64485
816.324.4226, richpiper@hotmail.com
Brockton HERC
Denise A Cromwell
24 Pleasant Street
Brockton, MA 1981
508-588-0865,
dee_dee_sharp@yahoo.com
Seed Of Faith Church
Myra A Scales
1126 NE Delta School Road
Lee's Summit, MO 64064-1729
816-795-9003,
firstladyscales@seedoffaithchurch.com
Bruce Wall Ministries/PREP
Barbara Hayes
670 Washington Street
Boston, MA 02124
info@preptraining.org
The Salvation Army - Independence
Corps
Joseph Wheeler
14700 E. Truman Rd
P.O. Box 1038
Independence, MO 64050-5512
816-252-3200 Ext 306,
Joseph_B_Wheeler@usc.salvationarm
y.org
The Salvation Army - Westport
Temple Corps
Brad E Carter
500 West 39th Street
Kansas City, MO 64111
(816) 753-6040,
brad_carter@usc.salvationarmy.org
Catholic Charities of Worcester
Maddy Hennessy M.Ed.
10 Hammond Street
Worcester, MA 01610
508 860 2261, mhennessy
@ccworc.org
Churchline.com
Sidney Burton
P.O. Box 147
Boston, MA 02122
(617) 427-4376,
sburton@churchline.com
CPC Sonny Walker Multimedia Center
Dorothy P. Garrison
21 Deckard Street
Boston, MA 02121-1249
(617) 635-9210,
palestineg@hotmail.com
CTCNet
Tara Kumar
372 Broadway
Cambridge, MA 02139
617 354 0825 x13, tkumar@ctcnet.org
Egleston Square YMCA-Cyber Y
Michelle L Thomas
3134 Washington St.
Roxbury, MA 02119
617-522-0946, mlesley01@msn.com
Emmanuel Gospel Center
Ingrid Broadnax
2 San Juan St., P.O. Box 180245
Boston, MA 02118
617-262-4567, ibroadnax@egc.org
Freedom House, Inc.
Cabral Thomas
14 Crawford St.
Dorchester, MA 02111
(617) 445-3700,
cabral@freedomhouse.com
Godscamp Ministries
Howard M Sorett
61 Cedar Street
Cambridge, MA 02140
(781)504-1557,
howardsorett@godscamp.org
Greater Boston Youth Resource
Services
Torey Niles
44 Dianto Drive
Randolph, MA 02368
781-963-5300, jbgbyrs@aol.com
Greater Framingham Community
Church
Keffah Kachaje
Franklin & Park Streets
Framingham, MA
508-626-2118, keffah@hotmail.com
Greenwood Memorial United
Methodist Church
Jeanette Merren
378 A Washington Street
Dorchester, MA 02124
(617) 282.1464,
Grice Computer Center/Shiloh Baptist
Church
Gwen Blackburn
Shiloh Baptist Church
Holton & Bower Streets
Medford, MA 02155
781-483-8850, PIEBACK@aol.com
Haynes Consulting
Lisa J Haynes
141 Memorial Parkway #106
Randolph, MA 02368
hconsulting@comcast.net
Heritage Circle/All Saints Lutheran
Church
Janis L McManus
35 Hollingsworth Street
Lynn, MA 01902
781-338-6267,
mcmanusjl@onebox.com
www.techmission.org
Holy Redeemer Cathedral Ministries
LaTonia N Naylor
44 Prospect Street
PO Box 80100
Springfield, MA 01108
413-734-7013,
deaconessnaylor@aol.com
Keys of the Kingdom
Rosemary Quinnie
33 N. Main Street
Brockton, MA 02301
508-580-2616,
terryq9362@hotmail.com
Lawrence HERC
Alexis Ramos
70 Union Street
Lawrence, MA 01841
978-975-8676, alekj01@hotmail.com
Lowell Telecommunications
Corporation
Felicia Sullivan
246 Market Street / PO Box 803
Lowell, MA 01853-0803
978.458.5400 x 11, felicia@ltc.org
Massachusetts Veterans Inc
Kimberly Cummings
69 Grove Street
Worcester, MA 01605-2600
508-791-0956 x 127,
kimberlycummings@massveterans.org
North American Indian Center of
Boston, Inc.
Janice L Falcone
105 South Huntington Avenue
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
617- 277-4804,
janice.falcone@verizon.net
Refugee Immigration Ministry
Ruth H. Bersin D.Min, CFR
119 Exchange St.
Malden, MA 02148-5512
781-322-1011, ruth.rim@verizon.net
Roxbury Presbyterian Church Social
Impact Center
Vertelle Harris
520 Dudley St.
Roxbury, MA 02119
(617) 445-6262,
vertharris@verizon.net
Salvation Army Jubilee House
Warren S Wegrzyn
10 Melville Ave
Dorchester, MA 02124
(617) 282-8433,
warren.wegrzyn@use.salvationarmy.or
g
St. Francis de Sales - St. Philip
Thomas F. Clark S.J.
175 Ruggles St
Roxbury, MA 02120-2415
Tabernacle Baptist Congregation
M. Jessy Edouard
P.O. Box 366198
Hyde Park, MA 02136
617-429-1813, mjessye@aol.com
TechMission: Association of Christian
Community Computer Centers (AC4)
Andrew L Sears
670 Washington Street
Boston, MA 02124
617-282-9798,
andrew@techmission.org
The Africa Initiative Support Program
William N Massaquoi
9 Putnam Street
Somerville, MA 02143
617-623-7582, billmass@mit.edu
The Caleb Group, Inc.
Heidi Sawyer
491 Humphrey Street
Swampscott, MA 01907
781-595-4665,
hsawyer@thecalebfoundation.org
The Way Up
Gene Langevin
319 K Street
South Boston, MA 02127-3102-192
617-268-6669, wayup@verizon.net
Twelfth Baptist Church
Warren J. Montgomery
150 Warren St
Roxbury, MA 02119-3234
617-442-7855, montgomeryw@usa.net
United Christian Education Resource
Ministry
Sarah V. Smith
P. O. Box 366168
Hyde Park, MA 02136
617-909-7247,
sarahvsmith@excite.com
Victory Generation After-School
Program
Danielle Gantt
2326 Washington Street
Roxbury, MA 02119
617-445-2679,
William B Pritchard
11896 Lynn Crest Road
Monrovia, MD 21770-9405
301-233-4817, wbpritch@yahoo.com
Carolina Missionary Baptist Church
Bessie M Robinson
4516 Beech Road
Temple Hills, MD 20748
301-702-3020, roman83538@aol.com
Rescue College/Association of Gospel
Rescue Missions
Fletcher L Tink
1045 Swift Ave.
Kansas City, MD 4127
816-471-8020, ftink@rescue.edu
St. James Educational Center
Venecia Mumford
149 Roxbury Street
Roxbury, MA 02119
617-445-8843,
mumford@bostonabcd.org
Community Technology Centers'
Network
Tara Kumar
3 May St. #3B
Portland, ME 04102
617-256-9226, tkumar@ctcnet.org
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Gate City Community Development
Corporation
Jeremy P Shankle
34 Franklin Street
Nashua, NH 03064
603-785-1204, jshankle@gmail.com
Joanne K Brown
165 Church STteet
Teaneck, NJ 07666-4910
201-833-4374, jobro33@optonline.net
Jennifer Haines
747 Main St.
Sewell, NJ 08080
jennhaines@gmail.com
Green Pastures Community Church
Erick C Whindleton
26 Haze Way
Lopatcong, NJ 08865
908-454-9174, ewhin@hotmail.com
Hungarian Reformed Church of
Trenton, NJ
Frank B Kiraly
180 Home Ave.
Trenton, NJ 08611
6099899455,
fkiraly@weneedservice.com
Michael E White Jr.
47 East 129th Street
New York, NY 10035
212-634-3535,
stfranciscares@yahoo.com
Alliance for Technology Access
Russ Holland
687 Figert Road
Cold Brook, NY 13324
315.826.3929,
russholland@ADKAccess.org
Beats N Blessings
Keith C Allen
82-10 Queens Blvd
Elmhurst, NY 11373
718 424-0122,
info@beatsnblessings.com
Here's Life Inner City
Matt Shenk
142 W. 36th Street
New York, NY 10018
718-858-6769, matt@techbridges.org
Jemeul Johnson
Jemeul L Johnson
74 Alameda St.
Rochester, NY 14613-1419
585-719-8610, jemeulj@yahoo.com
Parsells Avenue Community Church
Robert L Morgan
345 Parsells Avenue
Rochester, NY 14609
585 482 44132,
blmorgan@frontiernet.net
The Academy for Career Development.
Inc.
John J. DeCamilla Jr.
1349 South Avenue
Rochester, NY 04620
585-244-1430, decamilla@yahoo.com
The Holy Tabernacle Church, Inc
Carl J Graham
407 East 114th Street
New York, NY 10029
1-212-289-7083
Truth Unlimited
Mamie R. Odom
715 Rockland Street
PO Box 131
Westbury, NY 11590-0131
516 997-8732,
ruthodom@optonline.net
United Christian Ministries Int'l-NYC
Hugo G Rivas
390 9th. Ave.
New York, NY 10001
UCMI_NYC@yahoo.com
Maureen Garnett
30799 Pine Tree Rd #113
Pepper Pike, OH 44124-5903
2167516133, mgarnett@odcs.org
Natalie R. Harper
P.O. Box 609007
Cleveland, OH 44109
216-861-5323, srmcdc@att.net
William H Mace Jr
7895 State Route 14
Ravenna, OH 44266-9455
877-576-8183,
whmace@macemicro.com
Andrew Malone
1217 Cloverfield Ave.
Kettering, OH 45429-4502
andrewtmalone@yahoo.com
New Horizons Christian Fellowship
Robin T Green
1084 Brentnell Avenue
Columbus, OH 43219-2147
614-258-0567, rgreen@ag.osu.edu
S.O.A.R. Development Corporation
Hardrie Diggs
690 Northland Blvd.
Forest Park, OH 45240-3214
(513) 589-3400,
hdiggs@wordofdeliverance.org
Visions of Harvest, Inc.
Terry Ladrach
P.O. Box 196
8478 N. Market St.
Mt. Eaton, OH 44659-0196
330-359-0292, meethim@mteaton.org
Warsaw United Methodist Church
Christopher P. Turos
130 Church Street
PO Box 37
Warsaw, OH 43844
(740)824-3228, cpturos@yahoo.com
Efrain Cotto
SDP, 2120 Winter Street, suite 320
Philadelphia, PA
215-768-6429, ecotto@phila.k12.pa.us
Edward Livingston
5657 W Berks Street
Philadelphia, PA 19131
ureach4ed@yahoo.com
www.techmission.org
Linda Moore Mrs.
221 E. Petersburg Road
Lititz, PA 17543-9368
717-56908024, lennda@comcast.net
Colette Commodre
Colette Commodore
2216 N 3rd st
Harrisburg, PA 17110
7172337309, hbg1stlady@comcast.net
Crossroads Community Center
Mark Mumbauer
2916-18 N 6th St
Philadelphia, PA 19133
215-223-7897,
mark@crossroadscc.mennonite.net
Evangelistic Gospel Crusade Ministries
James E Alexander
3654 Jasper Street
Philadelphia, PA 19134
215-533-2451,
jamalexa2003@netzero.com
Fairview/Fairmont Outreach
Karen L. Fillingame
402 C Willow Street
Meadville, PA 16335
814-336-3516, fairview1@alltel.net
Joel II Restoration Outreach Inc.
Jillane C. Lewis
2201 Reed St.
Erie, PA 16503
(814)455-4464, jcl5@ma.rr.com
The EMESA Group Inc.
Lee Mathis
1337 Kimberly Drive
Philadelphia, PA 19151
215-878-4399,
emesagroup@yahoo.com
Lifting and Inspiring Families
Everywhere (LIFE), inc.
Kermit B. Elliott
2900 Fairbanks Avenue
Huntsville, AL 35816
256-536-4383, kermitb@knology.net
The Pittsburgh Project
Karen Dreyer
2801 North Charles Street
Pittsburgh, PA 03110
412-321-1678,
kdreyer@pittsburghproject.org
New Covenant Outreach Ministries
Frank J Kirkwood
4121 7th Avenue Wylam
Birmingham, AL 35224
205-266-2940,
Bishopfjk@hotmail.com
Wise Choice Transitional Home
Technology Center
Pamela M McLaughlin
4121 W. Girard Avenue
c/o Calvary Gospel Chapel
Philadelphia, PA 19104
215-477-4848, pam@eastparksidemantua.org
NLHM Community Development
Corporation
Willie J Robinson
6428 Madrid Ave.
Birmingham, AL 35206
205-951-0977, nlhm@nlhm.net
Zion Assembly of Harrisburg
Ronald Wilson
2101 North Fifth Street
Harrisburg, PA 17109
717-234-7216,
First United Methodist Church of
Woonsocket
Michael K. Giard
17 Federal Street
Woonsocket, RI 02895
401-765-2412,
fumcow_admin@verizon.net
USA SOUTH
Joel II Restoration Outreach Inc.
Floyd R. Lewis
Joel II Restoration Outreach Inc.
2201 Reed Street
Erie, PA 16503
(814)455-4464, frl3@ma.rr.com
New Life Community Development
Corporation
Diana Vereen
212 North Progress Ave
Hbg, PA 17109
717-541-0388 x162,
ladyvereen@hotmail.com
Positive Effect Outreach Ministry
Elizabeth A Minor
5815 Germantown Ave
Phildelphia, PA 19144
215-848-6010,
POSEFFECT@AOL.COM
Potter's House Ministries
Darryl E Bozeman
915 Park Street
McKeesport, PA 15132
, dboze@gemariah.com
Central Presbyterian Church
William M Rawson
2120 Freemont Dr.
Mobile, AL 36609
(251) 661-6817, wrawson@comcast.net
Community Congregational United
Church of Christ
R. Dean Fowler
3481 S. Court Street
Montgomery, AL 36105-1607
334-265-4411, dfowler@snader.com
Faith In Action Outreach Ministries,
Inc.
Aaron D McCall
205-A Tuskeena St. E. (In basement for
deliveries please)
P.O. Box 1106 (mailing Please)
Hayneville, AL 36040
334-548-5402, habakkuk3@htcnet.net
Federation of Child Care Centers of
Alabama, Inc. (FOCAL)
Dorian Ross
PO Box 214
Montgomery, AL 00214
334-262-3456,
dorianross@bellsouth.net
STEP Supreme Technology and
Enrichment Program
Mary E Smith
115 Wild Lilac Court
Harrisburg, PA 17110-2976
717-877-7845,
marlizsolutions@aol.com
kingdom Resource and Development
Inc
Herman Bradley
1602 Douglas Ave
brewton, AL 36426
2518677000, hermanmrb@yahoo.com
The Ark
John W Plucenik
474 Schuyler Ave.
Kingston, PA 18704-2745
570-331-4766, ark1@epix.net
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Point of Grace Ministries
Dusty Hammock
2524 Hackberry Lane
Birmingham, AL 35226
205-823-0099,
pgmpastor@bellsouth.net
river of life worship center
Walter L Berger
478A Palisades Blvd
Birmingham, AL 35209
205-871-1116,
theriveroflife130@hotmail.com
Saints' Tabernacle Church
Juliette C. Hunter
236-12th Street West
Birmingham, AL 35208
205-786-0133, Joyous150@aol.com
Southern Community College
Charlene McMullin
205 S. Main Street / P O Box 830688
Tuskegee, AL 36083
334-727-5220, cmcmullin@sccnet.edu
United Methodist Children's Home
Judy L Manning
P.O. Box 830
Selma, AL 36702
334-875-7283,
jmanning@umchalwf.com
Kevin Bingham
Kevin Bingham
439 Laughrun Dr
Forrest City, AR 72335
870-630-1367, sirkdb@yahoo.com
Angela Michele Williams Ministries,
Inc.
Angela Williams
10200 NW 29th Ave.
Miami, FL 33147
305-696-9051,
info@mwlearningcenter.org
Computers Unlimited Int'l Inc
Angela Scott
6821 West Colonial Drive
Orlando, FL 32818-7829
407-298-7574,
adcompunlimited@bellsouth.net
Cornerstone Communty Services, Inc.
Gregory K Bowers
P.O.Box 248
Reddick, FL
4043756016,
gkbopwers@bellsouth.net
Ebenezer United Methodist Church
Nathan Selikoff
1224 26th Street
Orlando, FL 32805-5437
407-244-0433, nselikoff@gmail.com
Eternity Temple Washington Park
Community Development Corporation,
Inc.
Lawrence Livingston
716 29th Street East
Palmetto,, FL 34221
941.713.4492, goodnews6@juno.com
Family & Children Faith Coalition
Yvonne Sawyer
14748 SW 56th St Box 107
Miami, FL 33185
(305) 228-3986, fcfcfl@aol.com
Hosanna Community Foundation, Inc.
Charles L Dinkins
Hosanna Community Foundation, Inc.
P.O. Box 541086
Opa-Locka, FL 33054
305.610.4164, revdink@bellsouth.net
South Florida Urban Ministries, Inc.
Brent McLaughlin
2850 SW 27th Ave.
Miami, FL 33133
305-442-8306, director@sflum.org
United Methodist Cooperative
Ministries
Martha Lane
UMCM
1625 Union St.
Clearwater, FL
727-442-6881,
marthaalane@earthlink.net
Unity of Love Fellowship Ministry
Tommy Tipton
1897 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd., Suite
204
West Palm Beach, FL 33409
561-688-1800, tmmtptn@aol.com
Woodard and Williams
Lakeshia Williams
111 Palm Drive
Daytona Beach, FL 32117
(386)253-1013,
duncanl@dbhousing.org
Elonda Clay
80 Walnut St., SW
Atlanta, GA 30314
404-521-0744, uti_itc@yahoo.com
James W Dewberry Jr.
135 Sir Lancelot Court
Fayetteville, GA 03679
770.719.2458 x16,
jr@dewberryvine.org
ATCOM Learning Center
Keva Hampton
PO Box 1150
Kingsland, GA 31548
1-800-793-0488 ext 251,
kevacooper@yahoo.com
www.techmission.org
Community Development Center
Zaret Allen
287 Halspur Rd.
Hazlehurst, GA 31539-5005
912-379-0335, zeallen@yahoo.com
The Salvation Army Monroe, La.
Glenn Riggs
105 Hart St
Monroe, LA 71201
(318) 325-1755, gnathv@msn.com
Carolyn Petroski
2076 Mountain Laurel Road
Lancaster, SC 29720
803-286-6410,
songbird10@comporium.net
Family Heritage Foundation, Inc
Bennett A.E. Ekandem
557 Crestridge Court
Stone Mountain, GA 30083
(404) 660-7599, bekandem@fhfi.org
Unhindered Inc.
Carlos a Russo
po box 61592
lafayette, LA 70596
337-988-1425, carlosrusso@aol.com
PINK HOUSE CTC
Rev. King
1551 Mulberry St
Charleston, SC 29407
8435563486, pinkhouse@comcast.net
Richard Keeling
Richard Keeling
401 West Peachtree Street NW
Suite 1200-Stop WI-53
Atlanta, GA 30308
404-338-8814, richard.keeling@irs.gov
Bennett Larson
8520 Clamshell Ave
Ocean Springs, MS 39564
larsonbennett@yahoo.com
Cooperative Computer Ministry
Nathan Hill
1548 Poplar
Memphis, TN 38104
901-729-2931, nhill1@bellsouth.net
St. James United Methodist Church
Jacquelin D Ratliff
6706 Wessex Downs Drive
Alpharetta, GA 30005
7705980964, jratliff@legis.state.ga.us
Tawana Smith
211 Pittard Road
Athens, GA 30601-3911
678-643-5992, tawanasmith@aol.com
TECH CORPS GA
Letitia A Baldwin
1514 E. Cleveland Ave
Atlanta, GA 30344
404-768-9990,
letitia1999@bellsouth.net
CyberLynx
Teresa Goodwin
10245 Hawkeye Drive
Charlotte, NC 28273-4537
704-588-5457,
tgoodwin3@carolina.rr.com
JAARS, Inc.
Kenneth Haugh
7601 Radin Road
Box 248
Waxhaw, NC 28173-9158
704.843.6266, ken_haugh@sil.org
KidzConnect
Carol Shay
104 Westview Cove Ln
Cary, NC 24513
919 468-9413,
kidz_connect@yahoo.com
The Salvation Army (Southern
Territorial Headquarters)
Margaret S Peltier
1424 Northeast Expressway
Atlanta, GA 30329
(404) 728-1360,
Margaret_Peltier@uss.salvationarmy.o
rg
Matheteuo Christian Fellowship
Donald C Parris
6123 McIntyre Ridge Drive
Charlotte, NC 28216
704-398-1506,
evangelinux@matheteuo.org
The Salvation Army
Oliver Michels III
301 Tennessee Avenue
Charlotte, NC 25302
(304) 343-4548,
oliver_michels@uss.salvationarmy.org
Desire Street Ministries
Elliot V. Grudem
PO Box 26966
New Orleans, LA 70186
504.945-5548,
The Salvation Army Center of Hope
Jackie Lucas
1311 South Eugene Street
Greensboro, NC 27406
336-235-0337,
jackie.lucas@uss.salvationarmy.org
Step out on Faith, Inc.
Gwen M Walker Mrs
P.O. Box 6921
Slidell, LA 70469-6921
stepoutonfaith6@aol.com
Strong Faith Bible Church
Elbert Hinton
559 Holmes Blvd
Gretna, LA 70056
504-362-3680,
wealthy_12000@yahoo.com
Oklahoma State Department of Health
Tommy L Nash
1000 NE 10th Street, Room 508
Oklahoma City, OK 73117-1299
405-271-9444 Ex. 56534,
tomn@health.ok.gov
Strong Faith Bible Church, Inc.
Elbert Hinton
559 Holmes Blvd
Gretna, LA
504-362-3680,
wealthy_12000@yahoo.com
Mark H Cooper
122 Greenbriar Road
Greenwood, SC 29649-9371
864-223-0277, mcooper@greenwoodchristian.org
The Help Foundation, Inc.
Eula` A Dickson
22010 Hwy. 22, East
Ponchatoula, LA 70454
985 386-3004,
eula@helpfoundationinc.com
AGAPE Outreach Ministry
Sonyetta C Green
PO Box 7734
Florence, SC 29502-7734
843-661-1026,
sgreennptep@yahoo.com
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Madison First Computer Center
Grant Croley
719 Gallatin Rd
Madison, TN
615-868-9370,
grantc@madisonfirst.com
Memphis Interfaith Technology
Foundation
Jonathan E Prince
1542 Jackson Avenue
Memphis, TN 38107
901-272-7337, mitf@mifm.org
The Cornerstone Foundation, Inc.
Liz Torrey
PO Box 2036
Rockville, TN
860 870-0500, liztorrey@sbcglobal.net
Anointed Impact Community
Development Corporation
Brenda M. Rodgers
17835 Hufsmith-Kohrville Road
Tomball, TX 77375
(281) 374-0816,
anointedfaith@sbcglobal.net
Beaumont Foundation of America
Virginia S Peoples
470 Orleans, 1st Floor
Beaumont, TX
(409) 838-1812,
vpeoples@bmtfoundation.com
Central Dallas Ministries
Edd Eason
P.O. Box 710385
Dallas, TX 75371-0385
214-823-8710 x17, eeason@cdmhope.org
Debora Ellison
deb_ellison@earthlink.net
Deidre Douglas
precise3@hotmail.com
Future Parents of America
Kenneth C Johnson
300 Vauthier
LaMarque, TX 77568
(409) 978-2398,
futureparentsofamerica@yahoo.com
Guiding Light CDC
Joe P Hubbard Jr.
3521 Dennis Steet
Houston, TX 77004
713.659.5838, ngmbc@sbcglobal.net
Greater Hammond Resource and
Development Center
Cherolyn Russell
crussell@greaterhammondcrdc.com
Houston Quartet Chapter One
Audrey L. Botts
7820 Clearview Street
Houston, TX 77033
713-562-7889,
worldwidequartet@aol.com
SpellCo Redevelopment Corporation
Joseph W Spell
5740 W. Little York
Suite 336
Houston, TX 77091
713-699-2327, jspell@srcnet.org
The Salvation Army Fairbanks
Richard W Greene
1602 Tenth Avenue; P.O. Box 70405
Fairbanks, AK 99707-0405
(907) 452-3103,
Richard_Greene@usw.sarmy.org
Wesley-Rankin Community Center
Kathy Stutesman
3100 Crossman
Dallas, TX 75212
214-742-6674,
kathy@wesleyrankin.org
USA WEST
El Puente Community Development
Corporation
Ava Steaffens
2002A S. Grand Ave.
Santa Ana, CA 92705
714.554.7500,
ava@kidworksonline.org
Benjamin Hanley
P.O. Box 247
Window Rock, AZ 86515-0247
928-871-4272, bhanley@ntua.com
FBLO Computer Center
Mike Norton
2480 Pennington Rd
Live Oak, CA 95953
530-695-0227, mike@fblo.org
Will of God Production
Essie Keys
8038 Sharondale Drive
Houston, TX 77033
713-738-6491, Jawansound@aol.com
WOG Community IMPACT
Sandi Rutkowski
655 E. University Dr.
Mesa, AZ 85203-7926
480-864-1822,
sandir@wordofgrace.org
Fresno Rescue Mission, Inc.
Alvin D. Byrne
P. O. Box 1422
Fresno, CA 93716-1422
559-268-0839, alatfrm@hotmail.com
Mary E Wilson foundation
Debora Ellison
mewf@mewfoundation.org
WISE-UP,INC.
LEE HAMPTON
5317 Malmedy Road
Houston, TX 77033-1611
713-733-0707,
wiseup@forumconsultingco.com
Word of Grace Community IMPACT
Betty Albillar
655 East University
Mesa, AZ 85201
480-664-4368, citraining@cox.net
Fully Alive Community Church
Jay Norton
1406 Radio Rd
Redwood City, CA 94002
650-642-4539, jay@norton.net
Multicultural Self-Esteem Academy
Anthony Phillips
1909 Leona St. suite 102
Austin, TX 78722
512-296-7262, msea5353@aol.com
Baptist Friendship House
Jane Aliff
635 Elm Ave., SW
Roanoke, VA 24016
540-343-5437, bfhouse@rev.net
Arrow Community Center
Jessica Lee
18821 E. Arrow Hwy.
Covina, CA 91722
626-966-8070, ArrowCC@verizon.net
Grace Urban Ministries, Inc.
Shane Chao
3265 16th Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
415-703-6094, schao@gum.org
Neighbor to Neighbor Outreach Center
Jimmie D King
1005 N. Tennessee St
McKinney, TX 75069
972-984-1445, jking@mcfbc.org
Charlottesville Abundant Life
Ministries (CALM)
Rebecca Goodwin
PO Box 3482 or 750-D Prospect
Avenue
Charlottesville, VA 22903
434-970-2077,
abundantlife@cstone.net
Asian Internet Bible Institute
John A Edmiston
514 E. Desford St.
Carson, CA 90745-2115
(310) 549 6791, johned@aibi.ph
Here's Life Inner City
Kivi K Harris
2501 Industry Way, Suite F
Lynwood, CA 90262
323-568-1811 ext. 40,
Kivi.Harris@ccci.org
CALWED Community Service
Program
Suzette J Ennis
609 B Jefferson ST.
Fairfield, CA 94533-6203
707-864-5440 ext 218,
sennis14@comcast.net
Love, Faith & Hope, Inc.
Debra L Thompson
710 W. 18th Street
Merced, CA 95340
(559) 977-4730,
goodcitizensinc@aol.com
Inwood North Community Outreach
Program (INCOP)
James H. West
5400 W. Mt. Houston Rd
Houston, TX 77088
281.931.1650,
jameshwest@sbcglobal.net
Louise Miller
louise@wvabe.org
NEW BEGINNING OUTREACH
CENTER MINISTER'S INC.
Alfred J Scott
404 Laredo Street
Baytown, TX 77520-4348
281-422-9513,
ASCOTTTX@prodigy.net
New Covenant Christian Fellowship
Frederick L. Mosley
2817 Miller Ranch Rd, Suite 329
Pearland, TX 77584
713-436-0053,
Newcovenant456@aol.com
Northside Inter-Church Agency
Connie Nahoolewa
1600 Circle Park Blvd.
Fort worth, TX 76106
817-626-1102,
connien@nicaagency.org
PDC Community Urban & InnerCity
Services, Inc.
Carolyn D Sion
2400 Eastex Frwy.
P. O. Box 111785
Houston, TX 77293-0785
713-330-7476,
Praisechurch@netscape.com
SkillsNET Foundation
Gerald T Johnson
3295 N HWY 77
Waxahachie, TX 75165
972.923.2950 x 306,
ted.johnson@skillsnet.org
www.techmission.org
Computer C.O.R.E.
Debra Roepke
3846 King Street
Alexandria, VA 22302
703-931-8578, deb@computercore.org
Institute for Advanced Learning &
Research
Elizabeth Nilsen
150 Slayton Avenue
Danville, VA 24540
434.766.6766, liz.nilsen@ialr.org
The Salvation Army National
William Hurula
615 Slaters Lane
Alexandria, VA 22314
703-684-5516,
William_Hurula@usn.salvationarmy.or
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First Presbyterian Church
Forest L McDermott
622 Stratton Street
Logan, WV 25601
304-752-6232,
pastor@loganwv.presbychurch.org
The Salvation Army
Oliver A Michels II
301 Mary Street
Charleston, WV 25302-3913
304-342-6833, omichels@yahoo.com
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CALWED Community Service
Program
Suzette J Ennis
609 B Jefferson ST.
Fairfield, CA 94533-6203
707-864-5440 ext 218,
essiebrisco@hotmail.com
Carson Christian Center
Eric P Martin
18101 S. Avalon Blvd
Carson, CA 90746-1801
(310) 538-8805,
epm8941@lausd.k12.ca.us
Centro Cristiano para la Familia
Paulo de Tarso Ribeiro
14701 Friar Street
Van Nuys, CA 91411
(818) 786-6230,
Paulotarso72@aol.com
Church of the Valley Youth Group
VeAnn Clark
6565 Vesper Avenue
Van Nuys, CA 91411
818-786-4070 x11,
covyouthgroup@yahoo.com
Metropolitan A M E Zion Church
Eleanor Jones
2521 West View Street
Los Angeles, CA 90016
323-231-3162, drhausa@aol.com
oasis usa
Jo Coles
oasis usa
645 N. Raymond Ave
pasadena, CA 91103
626 447.0400, jo@oasisusa.org
One Light International
Velma W Union
5851 West Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90043
323.299.2558,
onelightinternational@yahoo.com
Orange County Rescue Mission
George J. Mulak
1421 E. Edinger Ave., Suite B
Tustin, CA 92780
714-402-7397,
george.mulak@rescuemission.org
Orange County Teen Challenge
Learning Center
Gilbert J Granado
418 S. Main St.
Santa Ana, CA 92701
(714) 836-7140,
gilgranado2911@yahoo.com
Pomona Hope Community Center
Robert C Linthicum Jr.
401 North Gibbs Street
Pomona, CA 91767-5415
909 623-0400,
phccdirector@earthlink.net
Seattle's Union Gospel Mission
Bobby Martin
3800 S. Othello St.
Seattle, WA 98118
206-725-2432, bmartin@ugm.org
Reach Our Community Kids
Donna Robey-Sullivan
4808 Townsend Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90041
323-257-6102, register@rockids.org
Skills Development Mission, INc.
Asopuru A Okemgbo
PO Box 673
Richland, WA 99352
509-308-6748,
asopuru@wsunix.wsu.edu
Santa Barbara Community
Development Center, Inc.
Hugo Otaola
5070 Cathedral Oaks Rd
Santa Barbara, CA 93111
805-967-2671 x107,
hugo12633@aol.com
Transforming Lives Through
Technology (TLTT)
Dwayne P Alexander Sr
14040 SE 194th ST
Renton, WA 98058
206 387-7361,
dalexanderx3@msn.com
STRONG Foundations
Catherine E Miller
351 Parker Road
Honea Path, CA
(864) 617-0646, cmiller@erskine.edu
Valley Community Networks
David A Spence
P.O. Box 2605
Walla Walla, WA 99362
5093012623, david@vcnetworks.org
The Lords Church
Ed Smith
5851 West Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90043
323-299-2558, onelight@sbcglobal.net
Yesler Learning Center
Asfaha s Lemlem
917 Yesler Way
Seattle, WA 98122
206.386.1245, asebhat@hotmail.com
World Impact
Isaac B Voss
2001 S. Vermont Ave.
LA, CA 90007
323-566-7154, ivoss@worldimpact.org
AFRICA
Gary Welker
PO Box 771
Gypsum, CO 81637
gary.welker@gmail.com
Salem Leadership Foundation
Tammy M Chatfield
P.O. Box 7384
Salem, OR 97303
503-315-8924,
SalemLFTammy@aol.com
Union Gospel Mission
John Shepherd
222 NW Couch St.
Portland, OR 97209
503-274-4483, jls@avalongroup.net
Donna Pierce
300 W. Hawthorne
Spokane, WA 99251
(509)777-4663,
dpierce@whitworth.edu
Warren G Williams Jr
16022 83rd Way SE
Yelm, WA 98597-9787
warrengw16@hotmail.com
New Hope Community Outreach
David Dalton
PO Box 9368
Yakima, WA 98909
dcdalton@hotmail.com
Northwest Urban Ministries
Deryl W Davis-Bell
1265 South Main Street Suite 109
Seattle, WA 98144
206.323.9870, deryl@nwum.org
www.techmission.org
BENIN COMMUNITY CYBER
EDUCATION
Hyacinthe C. TOSSOU
EEAD 01 BP 903 Jéricho Cotonou
BENIN REPUBLIC West Africa,
Littral
Benin
00229878747, iearnjc@yahoo.ca
Africa Evangelical Ministries
Wa Asende B. Jerome
65 Blv. du Lac, La Botte Bukavu DRC;
AEM Trust 112/2002 Just- DRC
CONGO
Bukavu, FL 14
Congo Democratic Republic of the
+243 977 310 74,
reception1gl@yahoo.co.nz
BIRD FOUNDATION
Elangwe Malumbe
P.O BOX O6 BUEA,
SWP.CAMEROON
BUEA, SW 00237
Cameroon
237 332 28 72, birdfound@yahoo.com
Full Gospel Mission
Samuel Aka Ajong
P.O.BOX 11783;
Douala - Bonapriso, Littoral 11783
Cameroon
++237 7 616347,
sa_ajong@yahoo.com
Helps International (HINT) Cameroon
Tinshu Genesis Gemuh
Behind Mini Coquette
Bonduma
Buea, South West
Cameroon
+237 955 6491, tinshug@yahoo.co.uk
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Immanuel Center
YAMEN Calvin Rigobert
Immanuel Center B.P. 13079 Douala
Douala,
Cameroon
(237)341 02 74,
immanuel_center@yahoo.fr
RESORT CHAPEL
INTERNATIONAL
JONATHAN ISRAEL SACKEY
BOX MP 1603 MAMPROBI
ACCRA, 00233
Ghana
0233244685877,
apostleakwei@yahoo.com
ST. Mary Church Computer Center
Joseph Makram
139 FAGALA
CA, EGYPT 11523
EGYPT
002-02-7850001,
JMAKRAM@YAHOO.COM
SCAFEK Technologies
Ebenezer Afari-kumah
P.O. Box an 15495
Accra-North, Gt 00000
Ghana
233277543554, afari@royal.net
Child Hope International
OJO Oladimeji Gabriel
12 DOBSON STREET BANJUL THE
GAMBIA
BANJUL, 00220 00220
Gambia
00220-912207,
olagabojo@hotmail.com
youth for christ organization
matthew k addae
youth for christ organization, box 363
mamprobi
accra, accra 23321
Ghana
233244952219,
henryyawson@yahoo.com
Kings Chapel
James T Oriade
Pamela , P.O.Box 273,Banjul
Fajara,
Gambia
00220941625,
jamestoks120@yahoo.co.uk
youth for health and education
devellopment Initiative
matthew k Addae
c/o Albert koomson box 17313 AccraGhana
Accra, Ghana 23321
Ghana
233-0244110933,
henryyawson@yahoo.com
KINGS CHAPEL CHURCH, THE
GAMBIA
FRANCIS MAXWEL
P.O.BOX 3259 SEREKUNDA
THE GAMBIA
SEREKUNDA, BJL 00220
Gambia
220928694, francisdafe@yahoo.com
ROBERT TORNU
Ho Volta Region Ghana
Ho,
Ghana
+233-24-4442650,
bobtornu@yahoo.com
all souls bible church
Darko darko
p.o.box stc 472
accra, 00233
Ghana
dadbod1@yahoo.com
CHRISTIAN FORCES CHURCH
ALFRED ALLOTEI-NOAH
P. O. BOX MP 653
MAMPROBI-ACCRA,
Ghana
233-21-660463,
niiallotei@hotmail.com
Disaster Volunteers of Ghana
Richard Yinkah
HO HOUSING ESTATE P.O. BOX
H814 HO VOLTA REGION GHANA
HO, 233
Ghana
+233-24-4734074,
RYINKAH@HOTMAIL.COM
Heirs Club
Ama Sackey
P. Box AD 327
Cape Coast, Ghana
233-42-34216,
ama332002@yahoo.co.uk
Africa Gospel Church Youth Group
Kipkorir Jonah
Box 222, Kericho, Kenya
Kericho,
Kenya
jkipkorir2001@yahoo.com
center of hope programe
jason m egesa osinya m
nairobi, KS 254
Kenya
0734 822 411, egesajason@yahoo.com
comac technology services
Anthony Ochieng
Nairobi, Kenya
254733550683, tony@cjpc.or.ke
Education Training and Enterprise
Center
Kennedy Onyango
P.o Box 337 Mbita
Nairobi, Ny 254
Kenya
254 0385 22216/7 ext 238,
edtec@mail.com
Mtwapa Frontline Enterprises
Company limited
Amenemoit Benedict
P.O.Box 155, Mtwapa. Kenya.
Mombasa,
Kenya
00254 733 234462,
mtwapafrontline@yahoo.co.uk
Netreach Programme
Njoha Gathua
P.O. Box 13024
Nakuru, ke 20100
Kenya
254722344448, gathuan@lanet.co.ke
BAO School
Richard L Shattenberg
BP 55
Mahajanga, 401
Madagascar
261 20 62 239 24,
shatts@world.cbi.org
GREEN CORPS MALAWI
Benard Kaole BANDA
P.O.Box 2313,
Blantyre, Malawi 265
Malawi
+265 1 688465,
upenet2000@yahoo.co.uk
Natural Resources Environment
Education and Development Initiative
Griffin Zgambo
P.O. Box 44, Mzimba , Malawi
Mzimba, Malawi
(265)9950032,
yedwazga@hotmail.com
Win Malawi
Davies T. Kadango Male
P.O.Box 30570
Chichiri Blantyre 3
Blantyre, Malawi 00000
Malawi
265-8312371,
pastorkadango@yahoo.co.uk
CHIGOZIE E OKOYE SR
30 Doyin Omololu Street.
Off Mr Biggs B/Stop Obanlearo
KETU/ALAPERE, 23401
Nigeria
234-01-8035373136,
chigor4allconferences@yahoo.com
OLUSANMI AWE
SUITE 19, IBUKUN OLUWA
PLAZA, TAJU BELLO BUS STOP ,
OKE ARO ROAD, IJU ISHAGAAGEGE. LAGOS STATE
LAGOS, LAGOS STATE 234
Nigeria
234-803-414-7451,
afcode@yahoo.com
action youths international
adebiyi john
18 balogun street alausa ikeja
lagos,nigeria
lagos, lagos 23401
Nigeria
08023356925, adebeeyi@yahoo.co.uk
adekola christain computer center
ademola a akin
29 kolawole street papa ashafa agege
lagos nigeria
lagos, 23401
Nigeria
2348033444281, jeslah_i@yahoo.com
Africa Evangelism/Prayer Network.
Steve ogidi
36 ibezim obiajulu Street off
masha,surulere, Lagos Nigeria
surulere, la 00213
Nigeria
234-1-4805517,
pastorstevogidi@yahoo.com
www.techmission.org
Agenda for Communty Development
(AFCODE)
OLAITAN J IBIYEMI
SUITE 19, IBUKUN OLUWA
PLAZA, TAJU BELLO BUS STOP,
OKE ARO ROAD,
IJU ISHAGA-AGEGE. LAGOS
STATE. NIGERIA
LAGOS, LAGOS STATE 234
Nigeria
234-1-803-7216-246,
afcode@yahoo.com
Ambassador's Vision For World
Mission
Sunny N. Alexander
2/3a Yemi Shote Street, Orelope
B/Stop
P.O.Box 3936
Agege, Lagos 23401
Nigeria
234-1-8126037
Assemblies of God Nigeria
UcheChukwu O. Ama
EVANGEL HOUSE, Plot R/8 Ozubulu
Street, Independence Layout
P.O. Box 2486
ENUGU,
Nigeria
23442456608, info@agnigeri.com
Assemblies of God Nigeria
Uche Ama
Plot R/8 Ozubulu Street, Indpendence
Layout
ENUGU, NIGERIA 400001
Nigeria
234-42-556998, amauche@gmail.com
C.C.C BIBLE INSTITUTE
JOSEPH O OGUN
5, OLATUNDUN AYANLEKE
CLOSE, OFF PONLE STREET,
IDIMU ROAD, ALIMOSHO,
EGBEDA, LAGOS STATE,
NIGERIA.
LAGOS, LAGOS 23401
Nigeria
23480- 34952704,
african_advicer@yahoo.com
Christ Certified Church
chukwudi Anioma
16 college road ifako,ogba ikeja lagos
LAGOS, LAGOS 23401
Nigeria
2348035901596,
princechukse@yahoo.com
CHRIST INTERNATIONAL
PRAYER SQUAD
JEFFERSON IHEANACHO
6, OKUNOLA MARTINS
CLOSE,IKOYI-LAGOS,NIGERIA
LAGOS,
Nigeria
011 234 1 723 8223,
christinternationalprayersquad@yahoo.
com
CHRIST PENTECOSTAL CHURCH
TAIWO N OLAJIDE
23 EFUNSETAN STREET PAPAASHAFA
AGEGE
LAGOS, 23401
Nigeria
234-8056075189,
taiwo2002ng@yahoo.com
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Christian Community Computer
Outreach
Joseph S Usanga
74b Ikot Ekpene Rd,
Uyo, Akwa Ibom State 520001
Nigeria
234-85-204787,
dignitynglob@yahoo.com
demonstration assembly worldwide
inc.,
kayode eniola adedoyin obijole
#28, omotayo-ojo street, off allen
avenue, by oshopey plaza, near motayo
hospital
ikeja - lagos, lagos , nigeria 23401
Nigeria
234-1-4976167 or 4931060,
commissioned2encourageu@yahoo.co.
uk
Dignity's Global Services
Joseph Usanga
74B Ikot Ekpene Rd
Uyo, AKS 520001
Nigeria
234-085-204787,
dignitynglob@yahoo.com
GOD OF GLORY CHRISTIAN
CHURCH
Ige Olufemi
NO 2 GBOLASERE CLOSE
OSOSAMI OKE ADO IBADAN
IBADAN, OYO 20001
Nigeria
234-2-2317001, igedeo@yahoo.com
Gospel Mission To Nigeria - GMN
Ari Mai Sule
G260, Galdimare
Biu
Biu, Borno 5595
Nigeria
08035971045, amgmswin@yahoo.com
GRACE OF GOD COMPUTER
CENTRE
OLUREMI J KARUNWI
9 ROLAND OMOROGBE STREET
AGRIC, OWUTU
IKORODU, LAGOS
Nigeria
01-8170014, kay_oja@yahoo.com
MEN OF VALOUR CAMPUS
MINISTRIES INTERNATIONAL
men4change mov
Omolayo shopping complex univeristy
of Ado-ekiti
Ado-ekiti, ekiti-state 360001
Nigeria
2348028539572,
men_4_change@yahoo.com
Message of life Christisn Church
Ibadan, Oyo State. Nigeria.
Olusola Timothy Oladejo m
G.P.O Box 4574,Dugbe Ibadan.Oyo
State Nigeria
Ibadan, Oyo State 23402
Nigeria
08038064259, timtessy@yahoo.com
MicroMobile Teknologies
Dimkpa Francis
148, Ikwerre Road, Mile 2 Diobu
Port Harcourt, Rv 234
Nigeria
080-33000512,
mmtek_train@yahoo.com
ojo clement
OJO O CLEMENT
U4 OGBONMETA STREET, P O
BOX 90,
IRE EKITI
EKITI STATE, EKITI 234
Nigeria
+2348023778961,
klemmyjb@yahoo.com
Plinth Services Limited
Patrick O. Uwologho
Bauchi Road,
Jos, Plateau
Nigeria
+53-443794/+803-6714048,
plinthu@yahoo.com
power of love ministries
Christopher Chris
#50 Namso Street,a\yelwa,p.o.box
214,Barnawa Post Office
kaduna, kaduna 800005
Nigeria
+2348036250049,
revchristopher2@yahoo.com
HAAPRA FOUNDATION
Obazee Julius
Benin city Edo state
Benin 23452
Nigeria
2348055858980,
amasingppv19@yahoo.com
ridla investment nigeria limited
rasheed o suara
22,kolawole str papa ashafa agege
lagos nigeria
agege, lagos 23401
Nigeria
234-1-8174750,
stature2003@excite.com
international prayer squad
BEN A AWE
14 KINOSHI STREET OKE ITOKU
ABEOKUTA, OGUN 11011
Nigeria
2348037118452,
intprayersquad@yahoo.com
Saint Louis Girls College, Jos. NIgeria.
Mary-Patrick Dimlong
St Louis Girls College, Jos. Plateau
State. Nigeria
Jos, PL
Nigeria
234-023-452212,
JOOETEC
JOSEPH O OGUN
5, OLATUNDUN AYANLEKE
CLOSE, OFF PONLE STREET,
IDIMU ROAD,
ALIMOSHO, LAGOS, LAGOS
STATE 23401
Nigeria
23480- 34952704, jooetec@yahoo.com
save a soul mission international
olakunle A olabiyi
24 Akowonjo street
isolo, lagos 23401
Nigeria
2348023278935,
sasom_int@yahoo.co.uk
solution international outreach
Rev. Dr. Joseph I Aghedo
38f Ligali Street Ojo Road Ajegunle
Apapa Lagos
Apapa, LA 23401
Nigeria
234-8056617381,
daa_soo@yahoo.com
TEEKAY
JOSEPH KARUNWI
9 ROLAND OMOROGBE STREET
IKORODU, LAGOS 3053
NIGERIA
2348033518325, kay_oja@yahoo.com
THE CHRIST NATIONAL CHURCH
ADEYINA O JOSEPH O
36,GIWA STREET VIA KAYODE
STREET ONIPANU
ONIAPNU, 23401
Nigeria
2348034678792,
cnc_worldcrusader@yahoo.co.uk
Wholesome Words Mission
International Inc.
Etim J U. Edumoh FCEFN
32 Barracks Road
Calabar,
Nigeria
+234-8033416792,
edumoh08033416792@yahoo.com
WORLD BIBLE CRUSADER
COLLEGE
JOSEPH O OREOFE MR
36,GIWA STREET,VIA KAYODE
STREET ONIPANU
LAGOS STATE, LAGOS 23401
Nigeria
8023176794,
worldcrusader_college@dbzmail.com
Youthful Initiatives for
Economic,Environmenal,Educational
& Large-Scale Development(YIELD)
Ozoemena Moses
42 Adetokumbo Ademola
Street,Victoria Island,c/o Jeta
Travels,P.O.Box 4692,MARINA,
Lagos, LA LGS
Nigeria
08033225793,
moscowlapal@yahoo.com
Children Computer Literacy Project
Lamina M Feika JR
Children Computer Literacy Project
34g Off Freetown Road,Lumley
Freetown, 00232
Sierra Leone
00232273208,
laminafeika@hotmail.com
Lam-Tech International
Lamina M Feika
34g Off Freetown Road,Lumley,
Freetown, 00232
Sierra Leone
00232273208,
laminafeika@hotmail.com
www.techmission.org
Faith Christian Center Mission-Sierra
Leone (FCCM-SL)
Amidu D Kamara
P. O. Box 400, Freetown-Sierra LeoneWest Africa (Office: 108 City Road,
Wellington, Sierra Leone)
Freetown-Sierra Leone, West Africa
011-232-22-263-339,
fccm_sl@yahoo.com
Jeugfokus
Johan J van As
P.O. Box 24199
Gezina
Pretoria, Gauteng
South Africa
27123315728,
jvanas@jeugfokus.org.za
Jinja women organization
innocent ouma isaac
pobox 14 Jinja uganda
Jinja Kampala, Jinja uganda 256
Uganda
256-077-894392,
jwo_mpumude@yahoo.com
Robert Lal
LIG-93, Rapti Nagar Ph-1, Arogya
Mandir-P.O.
Gorakhpur, U.P. 273003
India
INDIA-551-5037698,
robertlal@indiatimes.com
Frank Siame
Zambia
Hoshe Gardia
Toriya Mohalla
Chatarpur, MP, PIN 471001
India
91-76-82-241-283,
hgardia@yahoo.com
ESCHOME INVESTMENTS LTD
FRANK SIAME
P.O BOX 22190
KITWE, 10101
Zambia
26002224294,
ESCHOME@COPPERNET.ZM
Fountain of Hope
Fern Thole Thawe
260-32320 lusaka Zambia
Lusaka,
Zambia
01 260 295707, lozindie@yahoo.com
William Carey School of World
Mission
James Leslie
P.O. Box 222, Mt. Edgecombe.
Kwa Zulu Natal, 4300
South Africa
0927 32 5410124,
william.carey@pixie.co.za
NEW COVENANT MINISTRIES
INTERNATIONAL
Bokyo Philemon
P.O.BOX 3035,ShanganI-Zanzibar
Zanzibar, tz +255
Tanzania
+255 741 412749,
newcovenantint@hotmail.com
TANZANIA DEBATE
ASSOCIATION(TDA)
HASSAN SAMIA MPOMA
PO BOX 13631 DARESSALAAM ,
TANZANIA
TANZANIA
DARES SALAAM,, ILALA 255
Tanzania
+255744390835,
sammydallas2000@yahoo.com
EGLISE PENTECOTISTE DE LA
NOUVELLE NAISSANCE DU TOGO
HASSIKPESSI SOMIE ABALO
POBOX: 7237 LOME -TOGO
LOME, WA 00228
Togo
00228 2290259, habalo@voila.fr
Africa Youth Ministries Uganda
Albert KUNIHIRA
P.O. BOX 20029
KAMPALA
Uganda
+256-71-200009, Albert@aymu.org
Brockton HERC
Denise A Cromwell
24 Pleasant Street
Brockton, MA 1981
Uganda
508-588-0865,
dee_dee_sharp@yahoo.com
Global Salvation Ministries
Amos Chipasha
P.O Box 11986
Chingola, cb 0260
Zambia
0260 2 351263, gsm@gsm.kabissa.org
Hands of Hope Zambia
Moses MBulo
Box 22615
Kitwe, 22
Zambia
2602215442, uczucp@zamnet.zm
Hands of Hope Zambia
Moses Mbulo
HANDS OF HOPE ZAMBIA BOX
21490
KITWE,
Zambia
260 2 966899,
hands_zambia@yahoo.com
Sanderson and Lweendo
Sanderson SK Sianjina S
Box 61112,
Livingstone,
Zambia
++260-97-895088,
crossfiles3@yahoo.com
The JesusZone (JZONE)
Sanderson K Sianjina S
23432 23245
Zambia
+260-97-895088,
crossfiles3@yahoo.com
ASIA
Christian Computer Centres
(CHRISCOC)
Jonathan K. Kisawuzi
P. O. Box 3360
Kampala,
Uganda
256-77-478218, revjonkis@yahoo.com
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Asian Association for Lifelong
Learning
c.c. Wan
Shop 17 Block E, Brilliant Gardens,
250 Castle Peak Road, Tuen Mun,
Hong Kong SAR,
China
(852) 2618-7106, ally@all.org.hk
soosai raj
177missionstreet
pondicherry, India
soosairajpgt@netscape.net
Christian Organization for Rural
Nurture
Hoshe Gardia
C/o Rev. G Massey, Toriya Mohalla
Chhatarpur, MP 471001
India
91-7682-241283, hgardia@yahoo.com
Goodwill Social Work Centre
J.Christopher Daniel
No:5,South Street
Extension,Singarayar colony
Madurai, 625002
India
91-0452-531175,
chriskan@satyam.net.in
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
MINISTRY
Emmanuel F. Benjamin
B-11, Sadalaxmi Complex, Fatima
Nagar,
Pune, Maharastra 411 040
India
91-22-6823267,
emmanuelfbenjamin@rediffmail.com
Mission India Theological Seminary,
Nagpur, India
Sam George
Mission India, Wadi Post
nagpur, MH 23
India
snmg99@yahoo.com
missionarystation ministries
Solomon Justin
28/2494-B, Vinoba Nagar,
Chilavannoor
Kochi, KL 682020
India
919895015226,
solomonjustin@yahoo.com
Pioneers-India
Samuel H Paulson
Pionees India
Plot 114 Rajeevnagar
HYDERABAD, Andhra Pradesh
5000045
India
91-40-23832731,
samuel_paulson@yahoo.com
Serving People In Need
Sanjay R Verghese
Ashray Bhavan, Village Badoli,
Faridabad District , Haryana
India0091 9811899916,
ashraybhavan@vsnl.net
Shalom Ministries
Stephen Maccha
bhayander
mumbai, MH 421301
India
02522-23474, k899@email.com
swap mission
RAJAN P.T.
12/7,SAKTHI
ARCADIA,PALANISAMY ROAD-2
K.K.PUDUR
COIMBATORE, TAMILNADU
641038
India
91-422-2440531,
swapmission@eth.net
Trinity Evangelical Christian
Ministries
Padma Rao Talari
pastor.T.padma rao, rock church, p.o.
box-12, naidustreet, NUZVID-521201,
krishna, dist, A.P.INDIA
NUZVID-521`201, A.P. 521201
India
0865632782, raotalari@rediffmail.com
Wise Virgin Ministry
James Nayak
At/Po Semiliguda,District Koraput,Orissa
Semiliguda, OR 764036
India
91-6853-220377,
wvmorg@hotmail.com
Mayumi Sakaguchi
c/o Ms.Dei, Lapitus31Nishinomiya
No.1304, Ryodo-cho
Nishinomiya-city, Hyogo, JAPAN,
Postal Code662-0841
Japan
m-sakaguchi@ombulibrary.org
Keiko Takahashi
Japan
cakeoh2222@yahoo.com
Synergy Nepal
Bhakta Raj Ranjit
399 Banshidhar Marga,
Bishalnagar-Ward No. 4
Kathmandu,
Nepal
977-1-4432463/4432231,
synergynepal@mos.com.np
Christian Welfare Association,
Pakistan
Hanan Wajahat
#133/10 Ghari Awan
Hafizabad(52110), Punjab 46000
Pakistan
0092-300-9470318,
wajahat410@yahoo.com
Christian Youth Welfare
Stephen Bari
west christian colony
hafizabad, 52110
Pakistan
0092438523007, cyw_hfd@yahoo.com
Rephidim Youth Abbottabad
Zahid Johnson
P O Box 129 Abbottabad 22010,
Abbottabad, 22010
Pakistan
0992-335100, gspafg@brain.net.pk
www.techmission.org
shining stars public middle school
nayyar gul
bucheki tes. nankana sahib distt.
sheikhupura
bucheki, 39130
pakistan
092-496-721152,
nayyarguljoyia@yahoo.com
The Institute of Computer Education
Tahir Aslam
Plot No 3 Block
Multan, 03036660548 60650
Pakistan
03036660548, tahir_mul@hotmail.com
Henpitagedera Thrift & Credit
Cooperative Society Limited
M.A.P. Hemachandra
Henpitagedera
Marandagahamula, WP 220611
Sri Lanka
+943146136, muthukud@sltnet.lk
ASIA PACIFIC
Papuan Century
Mark Kambuaya
Jl. cisitu indah 14
dago
Bandung,
Indonesia
628179225001,
AUSTRALIA
Grommets Indoor Play Centre
Aubrey L Burton III
Unit 22/14 Jubilee Ave
Warriewood, NSW
Australia
aubrey.burton@gmail.com
Snowy Mountains Christian School
Philip M Rendell
Corner of Boonah avenue & Baroona
avenue
Cooma, NSW 2630
Australia
+61-2-64526137,
amospmr@hcsd.com.au
Hamilton Methodist Social Services
t/as Methodist City Action
Wayne D Buckley
62 London Street
PO Box 1388
HAMILTON,
New Zealand
6478393917, w.buckley@hmss.org.nz
Project AWHI New Zealand
Mike Usmar
P.O. Box 61-012
Otara
Manukau, Auckland
New Zealand
64-9-2744893, mike@4sponsor.org
personal
Jetty Subrata
Jl Brotojoyo block 2C/22,pondok
indraprasta
Semarang, Central Java 50171
Indonesia
62 24 3514060, yettysub@yahoo.com
Sanige Titing
Papua New Guinea
danya@daltron.com.pg
Julie Ann Malicdan
2 Leonor Rivera St. Ferguson Rd.
Baguio City, 2600
Philippines
074-4462689,
julieann_malicdan@yahoo.com
Far East Broadcasting Company,
Philippines
Joy Fabian
62 Karuhatan Road
Valenzuela City, MM 0560
Philippines
632-2925603, adminm@febc.org.ph
Holy Redeemer Foundation
Louis Laudencia
Alley 4 cor. Road 5
Proj. 6
Quezon City, MM 1100
Philippines
4537584, micaiah@pldtvibe.com
L&L Foundation
Louis Laudencia
75 Auditing Ext.
Que, MM 1106
Philippines
4533460
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St Andrew's Presbyterian Church
Rhys Pearson
42 Glasgow Street
Wanganui, NI 5001
New Zealand
06 3432784, rpearson@clear.net.nz
TANOSO METHODIST CHURCH
John Newstead
ADDISON DRIVE, GLENDENE
AUCKLAND, NZ 1008
New Zealand
09-8182834, newsteadj@xtra.co.nz
CANADA
Daniel A North
12 Chelsea St.
St. Catharines, Ontario L2P 3B8
Canada
dnorth@vaxxine.com
CENTRAL AMERICA
World Vision Dominican Republic
Robert Bueno
Autopista Duarte, frente al
Destacamento de la Policía de Villa
Altagracia
Villa Altagracia, SC
Dominican Republic
(809) 559-2028, revbueno@yahoo.com
World Vision Honduras
Jose Cabrera
Colonia Montecarlo boulevard
Morazan
Tegucigalpa,
Honduras
504 - 221 - 4716,
jcabrera53@hotmail.com
Shunammite Home For Children
Maria G Figueroa
P.O Box 4799
Arima Trinidad
Trinidad & Tobago
868=668-8047,
shunammite50@yahoo.com
EUROPE
Bulgarian Baptist Church
Zdravko Voynov
Krasno selo 193, ent.G, apt.120
Sofia, 1618
Bulgaria
+359 887 489104, zvoynov@lirex.bg
eDOT Department of Greater Europe
Mission
Rich Bonham
Friedrichstrasse 12
Müllheim,
Germany
+49-7631-179-956-36,
RBonham@GEMission.com
Eritrean Full Gospel Church Frankfurt
Mehretab Menghestab
Hinter der schönen Aussucht 11
Frankfurt, 60311
Germany
MMenghestab@web.de
Greater Europe Mission
Courtney Roes
Kirchbergstrasse 6
79400 Kandern/Riedlingen, Germany
Germany
CRoes@gemission.com
Open Arms Community Church
Bob Cropper
Richardstown, Kildangan
Kildangan, Co Kildare
Ireland
353878158495, bob@gocaas.com
Baptist Church “Santa Treime” of
Chisinau
Vasile Filat
bul. Dacia 13, Chisinau, Moldova,
phone 532106
Kishinau, Kishinau MD-2075
Moldova
(373)69373499,
vasile_filat@yahoo.com
Hands To Serve.org
Steve c. r. Simmons
spui 40
Netherlands
info@handstoserve.org
The Association
Ioana C Niang
Azurului street, nr. 3, bloc 114A, sc. C,
ap. 130, sector 6, of.post 16
Bucharest,
Romania
004-0723910862, info.acp@rdslink.ro
European Christian Mission
Fredric Eichelman
Calle Chaparral 28, 9B
Madrid, 28033
Spain
913820075, fred.eichelman@ecmi.org
serge ESSOH
Impasse du crieur 3
concise, 1426
Switzerland
ftyrol@gmail.com
charles Waweru
Flat B
3 Froghall Avenue
Aberdeen, AB24 3LD
UK
01224561371, cmukabi@aol.co.uk
MIDDLE EAST
MOUNTAIN OF FIRE AND
MIRACLES MINISTRIES , DUBAI
BRANCH, U.A.E
ANGEL A LAWSON
P.O. BOX 40152, DEIRA DUBAI
DUBAI, DUBAI 971
United Arab Emirates
+971-50-4694459,
angelaw2k@yahoo.com
SOUTH AMERICA
Geneva Global
Josias H Conradie
14 Streele View
Uckfield, East Sussex TN22 1UG
UK
+441825768252,
jhcgenevag@yahoo.co.uk
Iglesia El Refugio (Refuge Church in
Argentina)
Marcelo Diaz
Hernandez 975
Wilde, 1875
Argentina
4217-0494,
opsis-it
john sessions
UK
info@opsis-it.com
Igreja Comunhão na Colheita
Paul Cull
CxP 96 868
Nova Friburgo, RJ 28601-970
Brazil
22 2533 0211, paul@paulcull.org
The Castle Centre
Erik Cornelisse
2 The Crescent
Eastbourne,
UK
++441323430571, erik@beebnet.com
Transformational Resource Ministries
Francis J M Waihenya
Non Nobis House
27 Leckford Road
Oxford, OX2 6HX
UK
+44 1865 310 022,
bpwaihenya@yahoo.com
WIN International
Ron
P.O. Box 109
Crowborough, East Sussex TN6 2ZN
UK
+44 1892 669834, ron@winint.org
Calvary Chapel Kagarlyk
Gareth Worboys
9 Independence St
Kaharlyk, 09200
Ukraine
gv1331@yahoo.co.uk
MEXICO
SOUTHEAST ASIA
Harvest World e-Mission
Thang Pil Mung
No.50(3rd floor) Kyia Kwat Thit St.
Tarmwe Tsp,
Yangon, Myanmar(Burma)
Burma Myanmar
thangpil@gmail.com
HKSKHWC
K.H. Lee
3/F, 135 Ma Tau Chung Road,
Kowloon
Hong Kong,
Hong Kong
khlee@skhwc.org.hk
Chairat Phongphanphanee
2354/14 Charoenkrung Rd.
Bangkholaem Bangkok 10120
Bangkok, Thailand
66 2 688 1326,
mrcbangkok@yahoo.com
Community Computer Center
Dan Henrich
Khaolak, 50000
Thailand
mediastrategy@readmail.biz
Frecuencia Cristiana
Humberto Romero
Rio San Javier 8 viveros del rio
Mexico, 54060
Mexico
0155 53 61 21 42,
frecuencia_cristiana@hotmail.com
Vineyard Mazatlan
Ric Lehman
Av. Camaron Sabalo #333-32 Altos
Centro Commercial Las Palmas
Mazatlan, Sinaloa 82000
Mexico
011-52-669-916-5114,
officevineyard@prodigy.net.mx
www.techmission.org
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