Computer Repair Lab Inc

Enabling Digital Access

Deland, FL   |
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Computer Repair Lab Inc

EIN: 92-2091941


Computer Repair Lab Inc is dedicated to the sustainable use of technology, enabling digital access, and providing education to empower people.

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Michael McKee


Jessica Taylor

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1182 Glenwood Trl

Deland, FL 32720 USA

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Children and youth

Economically disadvantaged people

At-risk youth

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Recycling (C27)

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501(c)(3) Public Charity

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This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.


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Bridge the Digital Divide

By donating your used computers to Computer Repair Lab, you can help bridge this gap by providing technology that would otherwise be out of reach for these families. All donations will be refurbished and then distributed directly to those in need, with assistance from other local youth-focused organizations. The price per performance is a much better deal if you refurbish a computer versus buying new this allows us to build more usable computers to give to the community versus buying new lower performance budget computers. Any computer donations that cannot be repaired, within reason, will be properly recycled to help create a more sustainable future. By empowering individuals with the knowledge and skills to repair and upgrade their own devices, we hope to foster a culture of self-reliance and sustainability in technology use. This approach not only benefits individuals but also contributes to a healthier environment and a more equitable society.

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Michael McKee

I started getting interested in tech when I was 7 by taking apart old electronics. Early on in 2004 I also learned about computer hardware by upgrading my family computer with a new graphics card to gain more FPS for an RC flight simulator. With that card, I also learned about overclocking and even installing custom drivers. During the late MySpace days, I taught myself HTML and CSS, and still build sites today as the "Senior Web Nerd" at Lead Nerds. In 2011 my parents had given me money as a graduation gift. With that, I was finally able to build a PC by selecting every component by myself. Since then I started my own YouTube channel, Mike Likes That, to help educate people about computers and other fun things. Through Computer Repair Lab I want to be able to give others the opportunity to develop amazing problem solving skills like I did growing up, whether this be in-person or through our interactive live streams on Youtube.


Jessica Taylor

After more than 10 years of working alone or as a subcontractor with other agencies I always felt like something was missing. There was a lack of connection and teamwork that was needed to grow clients’ businesses. I formed Lead Nerds to encourage tech education for our local community through “Doing Business Digitally” webinars and co-founded Computer Repair Lab where we give used computers and laptops new life by upgrading them and fixing them to give to kids so that they can use them for their school work. My personal dream is to one day form a before and after school program for k-12 that provides kids a free safe place to learn and be tutored in STEAM and encourages physical fitness.

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