Buffalo Soldier's MC Jacksonville FL.
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Computers4Kids & Veterans
In The News
Good News!!!!  On July 2nd 2015, it became official, House of Angels Jax was changed to Computers4Kids & Veterans Inc. We have partnered with the Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club Jacksonville Fl. to continue our mission to bridge the digital divide in neighborhoods without access. Thank you for supporting us over the years. With your continued support we will be able to offer computer education and access to modern technology to the community.
It's Official

Recycle IT 4 Charity
Thank you for supporting Computers4Kids Recycle IT 4 Charity. Had a great day at Regency Mall. & received a few laptops and took in a few applications.
Data Busters
The Buffalo Soldier's are a proud supporter of the NFCAA Data Busters Buffalo Soldiers provides four laptops to NFCAA  the top performer Data Busters participants.
NFCAA’s signature youth program, Data Busters, helps teens ages 14-17 to prepare for the workplace through classroom instruction and practical paid work experience. During the six-week summer program, teens receive instruction on career topics such as conflict resolution, effective communication, team building and resume writing. Additionally, participants receive life skills training on money management, critical thinking, and nutrition. Classroom instruction, held at various educational institutions, helps teens master Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint, which are essential tools in business. Data Buster students also work 10 hours each week at local nonprofit organizations and government agencies, which allows them the opportunity to apply their new knowledge in the workplace and earn wages.

Recycle IT 4 Charity
Thank you Atlantic Storage for donating 10 computers to our Computers4Kids and Veterans program.
Back to School BBQ Computer give away
What a day we had, our first annual Back to School BBQ. Thanks to the Buffalo Soldiers we were able to give out 50 computers to the Mt. Calvary Church. The day was full of educational information about Buffalo Soldiers of 1866 and how the Jacksonville Chapter gives back to the community today with food, music, computers, and fun.