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Annual Report

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Board of Directors John Osha - Founder and President - Managing Partner, Osha Liang LLP Art Huffman - Board Chair - Retired CIO, Halliburton Jenny McCauley - Vice Chair - Vice President, Southwestern Energy Chrissy Wilson - Secretary - Partner, Desroches Partners Larry Smith - Vice President - Senior Vice President, Wealth Enhancement Group

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Christopher Ashby - Retired United States Ambassador Taseer Badar- Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, ZT Wealth Carlyn Burton - Partner, Osha Liang LLP John Campbell - Chief Operating Officer and Vice President, Sierra Resources Angie Halderman - Global Strategic Alliances Director, DocuSign Bruce Misamore - Retired Chief Financial Officer, Yukos Oil Brian Williams - Former Project Manager, BP


Dear Friends,

Thank You Those words don’t begin to express the gratitude, excitement, or sincerity we feel for your support and partnership through what has been an incredible, milestone year for Comp-U-Dopt. This year was about many things but they all circle back to sustainability. From developing new and better programming, establishing more partnerships with schools and community organizations, deepening relationships with Houston companies and foundations, to increasing awareness of our programs with community members and the children we serve, we couldn’t have done it without you. This year we served students from across 9,600 square miles, distributed over 1,800 computers, launched programs at 7 new sites, and reached more than 1,900 students with technology education. In the following pages, we share the details on the foundation of our success, milestones, and growth that you played a key role in helping us shape this year. With over 133,000 families across greater Houston without access to computers at home, there is still work to be done. As we embark on 2017 and our 10th year, our vision for a future in which all children have the tools and resources they need to compete in our modern world, becomes increasingly possible.

John Osha Founder & President

Together, the future is bright.

Art Huffman Board Chair

John Osha Founder & President

Art Huffman Board Chair

Megan Steckly Executive Director

Megan Steckly Executive Director


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he foundation of our success relies not only on our own efforts but is held up by the partners and volunteers who deliver computers, man hours, dollars, and a strong commitment to strengthening our community as a collective.

Our partnership with Comp-U-Dopt has been such a huge benefit for our agency and the youth in the communities we serve. Their STEAM Team program is innovative and engaging. Their knowledge in how to effectively deliver these programs to middle schools is one of the biggest reasons for the program’s success.”

Sean Brennan Youth Program Manager, Baker Ripley (Formerly Neighborhood Centers)

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SWN’s work with Comp-U-Dopt enables our company to have real and lasting impact on our community. Our SWN volunteers are able to create Value+ by supporting local youth education and reducing electronic waste in landfills.

David Dell’Osso Vice President & General Manager, Southwestern Energy

These computers let the students use 21st century technology and problem solving skills to help them prepare not only for school but for their future graduation and college pathways. We look forward to a continued partnership with CompU-Dopt and our students, and hope to add more students to our list of success stories.

Susan Perry Principal, Odom Elementary


AMA Houston

Core Laboratories

Archer

Big E Drilling Company

Bruin E&P Operating, llc

Cactus Pipe & Supply

Capital Petroleum Consultants

Exterran

Frost Bank

Desroches Partners

Diverse Energy Production

Downhole Technology LLC

HESS

Kinder Morgan

K & K Repair Service, LLC

Noble Energy

Reliant an NRG Company

Osha Liang LLP

Pegaso Properties

Ragin Cajun

Rockland Capital

Round Rock Solutions

SAP

Spartan Energy Partners

Summit Midstream Partners, lp

Technip

Tellepsen

Trinidad Drilling

Baker-Ripley (Formerly Neighborhood Centers)

Boys & Girls Club of Greater Houston

College Community Careers

Houston Public Library

ProUnitas

Aldine ISD

Alief ISD

Channelview ISD

Crosby ISD

KIPP

Spring Branch ISD

Waller ISD

YES Prep

41 corporate partners, 9 ISDs, 8 community partners

SIM

Vitruvian II Woodford, llc

Pro Directional

Southwestern Energy

Wealth Enhancement Group

Corporation

Howard Energy Partners

HLSR

This year has been record breaking.

Pioneer Wireline Services, LLC

Exelon

Morgan Stanley Global Impact Funding Trust

HEB Tournament of Champions

Columbia Midstream

United Way of Greater Houston

Wesley Community Center

of Greater

YMCA

Fort Bend ISD

Galveston ISD

Houston ISD

Houston

Sierra Resources


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STEAM Team performed off the charts, exceeding our goal of serving 80 students and reaching 145 students across seven sites.

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S T E A M

STEAM Team leverages technology to train students in five subject areas. Throughout this program students learn that technology skills go beyond IT and are critical across a broad range of industries and careers.

efore Comp-U-Dopt I really wanted to go to the Marines, but now that I’ve learned about all of this technology I really want to learn how to use this to help people. Robert, Baker-Ripley (formerly Neighborhood Centers)

s new technologies continue to inundate the classroom, boardroom, and homes of the American pu fall behind their peers and lack the skills needed to leverage technology advancements that could h tools they need and a practical foundation essential for success in education and their lives. Learn2Earn

120 100 80 60

Learn to Earn students are introduced to computer hardware engineering and software programming, including how to build a computer from scratch, binary conversion, and HTML. On successful completion, students earn a laptop and two years of free tech support.

Learn2Earn

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120

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100

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80

2012

2013

2014

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2015

Students Served

40 20 0

2012

2013

2014

2015

Students Served

2016

We broke our record serving a total of 116 students through community partnerships with College Community Careers, YMCA of Greater Houston, and Baker-Ripley (formerly known as Neighborhood Centers) as well as students who reached out directly.

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verything was great, the virtual and real life experience of putting together and disassembling a computer was great!

Comp-U-Dopt Learn to Earn Student 2016, Sanchez High School


Computer Adoption

Students in 3rd-8th grade without a computer at home, write an essay and are awarded their very own computer along with a basic skills training class and two years of free tech support from the Comp-U-Dopt team.

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really look forward to learning more and improving my grades! This computer will help me to become even more successful!

Maliyah, Mading Elementary

Computer Adoption Program

1600

Program 1400 1200 1000

800

Computer Adoption 600 1600

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1400

200

1200

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2008

2009

Program

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800

2011

2012

2013

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Students Served

600 400 200 0

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

To date, we partnered withStudents moreServed than 91 schools and in 2016 served 1,444 students and families living across 9,600 square miles.

*STAY TUNED - In 2017, we will hand out our 10,000th computer!

ublic, equal access to technology education becomes a moral imperative. Without these programs, students help them achieve their goals. Comp-U-Dopt programs provide disadvantaged students with access to the

Three days per week, students in 1st-6th grade from the John and Cissy Havard Boys & Girls Club build their own virtual world from designing their own superhero, giving them a story and turning it all into a playable video game.

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f Comp-U-Dopt was open every single day I would come every single day. I love it - it is so much fun! Michael, Boys & Girls Club

255 Served

Students in 1st-6th grade worked together in 2016 to build video games, engineer holiday cards to light up, and learn about force and drag in a class-wide paper airplane competition. Getting students excited about learning is one of the best services we can provide.

2015


2017 - 10 YEAR 2017 GOALS

ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION

Goals Across All Programs

Students Served Total Students Served (2017) 2,000 Total Computers Distributed (2017) 1,650 Total Computers Distributed (2007-2017) 10,271 Total Students Served (2007-2017) 10,621

Program Name Computer Adoption Program Learn to Earn STEAM Team @thewarehouse

Students Served 1,500 150 200 150

In 2017, we will celebrate our 10th year 10,000th computer recipient 10th STEAM Team Session 10th Oktoberfest 10th Community Partnership 10th ISD Partnership 10th Charter School Partnership 10th Learn to Earn Summer Session 10th STEAM Location 10th Gold Presidential Award Recipient


Contributors $100,001+ Bruce Misamore $50,001-$100,000 David and Kate Dell’Osso John and Neda Campbell John Osha Larry Smith $10,001-$50,000 Harris & Eliza Kempner Fund ProUnitas Robert Candito SAP Southwestern Energy The Brown Foundation United Way of Greater Houston $1,001-$10,000 AMA Houston Angie Halderman Archer Wells Art and Laurie Huffman Becky and Kelly Price Brian and Suzanne Williams Bruin E&P Operating, LLC Carlyn Burton Chrissy Wilson Christopher Ashby Columbia Midstream Desroches Partners Diane Gresko Diverse Energy Production Downhole Technology Exelon Corporation George and Mary Josephine Hamman Foundation Harris County Department of Education (CASE for Kids) Harry S. and Isabel C. Cameron Foundation HEB Tournament of Champions Herzstein Foundation HESS

$1,001-$10,000 continued Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo Houston Public Library Jenny McCauley John “Jack” Bergeron Karl Schleicher Kinder Morgan Luke Edney Permanent Endowment Fund Moody Memorial First United Methodist Church Morgan Stanley Global Impact Funding Trust Norm Phillips Osha Liang Pegaso Properties Reliant an NRG Company Rockland Capital Roy-Michael Gibson Scott and Margie Schneider SIM Spartan Energy Partners Summit Midstream Partners, LP Taseer Badar Technip Wealth Enhancement Group William J and Carrin Way YMCA of Greater Houston $251-$1,000 Adam Domengeaux Big E Drilling Company Brian Pinfold Cactus Pipe & Supply Capital Petroleum Consultants Chance Sanger CNH Consulting, LLC Connie Pielech Core Laboratories Darrell Simpson Deanne Medina Exterran

$251-$1,000 continued Fabenco Founding Fathers Foundation Frost Bank G Manzelmann Gregory T. Maynard Howard Energy Partners Jack Wallace Jackie Beelar Jan and Norm Phillips Jim and Renee Robinson John Ale John and Mary Eads John Thaeler K & K Repair Service, LLC Ken McCorkle Kevin Szymczak Lane Boyer Marian Davenport Maura and Ronald LaBarre Medical Metrics Michael Hilliard Michelle Kelly Newpark Noble Energy Pioneer Wireline Services, LLC Pro Directional Ragin’ Cajun Randy and Anna Lohmeier Robin Kuttzner-hesketh Roel Trejo Roger Hite Round Rock Solutions Shelley Eichenlaub Sierra Resources, LLC Steve Clark

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Contributors January 1, 2016 - December 31, 2016

$251-$1,000 continued Tellepsen Teri and Charles Steckly Terri Smith Thomas Campbell Travis Findley Trinidad Drilling Vitruvian II Woodford, LLC $100-$250 Adventure Sports Ministry, INC B.M. Machos Barbara Trojanowski Barry Fosberg Bernadette Creasey Blanca and Charles Gabb Brian Butler Can you hear me now? Charles Lane Cheryl Presnal Chris Ranly Chris Whitney Chuck Newcomb Courtney Graviett Daniel J Warden

$100-$250 continued Daniel Williams Desiree Lynch Elizabeth Groth Elizabeth Kennedy Grayson Bannister Haleh Sangi-Haghpeykar HB Rentals Heath Luke Homer Adams Hospital Ministries Jack Ewing Jacobs Technology Jamie Gaspard Jared Lingo Jeff Abrams Jennifer Beckham John and Bobbie Perez John and Gail Burns Joseph Small Joshua Crick Lauren Land Leanne Hicks Lee Escobar Lisa Pepito

Gift In Kind Contributors

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ABM Anadarko Petroleum Asset Plus Corp Athlon Solutions Australis Services, Inc. Boys & Girls Club of Greater Houston CBRE Asset Services Center for Success and Independence Centric Technology Clean Line Energy Columbia Lloyds Insurance Conoco Phillips Direct Energy Douglas Culturally Creative Travel DXP Enterprise E3 Electronics

$100-$250 continued Lynne Meiers Manuela Alcocer Mark Hartle Mary Hosking Matt Young Michael and Joan Verm North Pasadena Properties, Ltd. Nyimas Arief and Mazin Alkhadraa Peggi Merkey Peter Schechter Randy Drake Richard Jahr Sally Rouse Scott Steinke Shannon Lawson Sherry Langford Steve Waters Stuart and Patricia Rae Thomas Pielech Tom and Evelyn Timmins Toni Showan Walter Wright William Richardson

Fayez Sarofim Frost Bank HB Rentals HESS Hogan Lovells Improving Jack in the Box Jacobs Technology KBR Kempner Capital Management Harris & Eliza Kempner Fund Leisure Travel Alliance LINN Energy, Inc. Texas Liver Specialist LTA Central Madeksho Law Firm Medical Metrics Moody National MyGait

Need Computer Help Noble Energy Post Oak School Presto Maintenace Supply Ragin’ Cajun Remax Integity PROs Rogers Benefit Group RPC Global Sonia Heath Law Offices Southwestern Energy Sterling and Associates Swift Energy Talos Energy The Trevino Group Technocycle University of Houston Wealth Enhancement Group Williams


Financials

Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 2016

ASSETS

Total

Cash and Cash Equivalent Bank Accounts Total Current Assets

$139,067.00 $139,067.00

Fixed Assets Building Leasehold Improvement Deferred Finance Charges Accumulated Amortization Total Fixed Assets TOTAL ASSETS

$1,500,000.00 $90,777.00 $6,375.00 -$85,369.00 $1,511,783.00 $1,650,850.00

LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS Liabilities Accrued Expenses

$2,657.00

Long-Term Liabilities Building Note Payable Total Current Liabilities Net Assets Unrestricted Net Assets Year To Date Net Income Total Net Assets TOTAL LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS

$1,275,000.00 $1,277,657.00

$27,238.00 $345,955.00 $373,193.00 $1,650,850.00

REVENUE Contributions Fundraising Events Other Income TOTAL SUPPORT AND REVENUE

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very donation supports our mission. We have been able to accomplish all of this through the generous support of our donors and volunteers. Every donation – large or small – allowed us to bring computer literacy and technology education to children in need while making an impact on the environment by keeping the toxic chemicals out of landfills. We are committed to making the greatest possible impact with the resources possible you provide. Program Expenses

$1,092,810.00 $147,726.00 $10,644.00 $1,251,180.00

EXPENSES Program Expenses $769,805.00 Building Purchase $225,000.00 General and Administrative Expenses $59,479.00 Fundraising Expenses $75,942.00 TOTAL EXPENSES $1.130,226.00 Change in Net Assets

$120,955.00

SUSTAINABILITY FUND

$120,000.00

END OF YEAR CLOSING BALANCE

$955.00

Fundraising Expenses

General and Administrative Expenses


Helping Companies Achieve Their Philanthropic and Environmental Goals Comp-U-Dopt is committed to furthering educational opportunities for children who otherwise would not have access to technology at home. By providing these students with refurbished computers outfitted with educational software, our organization helps to bridge the digital divide and facilitate student achievement. With each donation, you are contributing not only to the academic success of a child, but are also reducing the impact computer disposal has on our environment. Every computer donated is one less sent to an already overcrowded landfill. Your donations truly make a difference in the future of our children and our environment.

. With advancing technology, computers are typically replaced every 3 years. . Rather than being put to good use, computers are often placed in storage or thrown away.

. Those computers could be a dream come true for young, eager students. By simply donating your unwanted computers, you can change the life of a child and improve your company’s impact on the environment.

Comp-U-Dopt ©2016 Annual Report Staff Megan Steckly Executive Director Julissa Chappell Program Director Brittany Faske Development Manager Phil Ulloa Technical Operations Manager Chris Lopez Trainer April Wood Trainer Submit questions or comments to: megan@compudopt.org Postmaster Send address changes to Comp-U-Dopt | 1602 Airline Drive Houston, TX 77009 | 713.426.2330 www.compudopt.org

Yesterday’s Computer for a Child’s Tomorrow

1602 Airline Dr., Houston, TX 77009

Yesterday’s Computer for a Child’s Tomorrow

For more information about Comp-U-Dopt Inc., call 713.426.2330.

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