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Reboot Charity Inc., with its motto of “Old Tech Powering New Effect.”, was formed exclusively for charitable and educational purposes. Reboot Charity believes that real change is effected in communities across the United States through one -on-one education. Such education is already being provided by volunteers that need support. We do this while also lessening the amount of trash in landfills.

Mission:

Our mission is to create a better environment and better lives. One of the ways We seek to accomplish this is by the proper recycling of donated electronic equipment and then use the recovered proceeds to fund the work of volunteers.

How we operate:

First we encourage the proper recycling of electronic equipment including cell phones, computer, and office equipment, by soliciting donations of such and then overseeing the recycling and redistribution of such equipment.

Second, we use this equipment and proceeds to fund the work of volunteer educators who spend a minimum of 10 hours a month educating the public including those with disabilities on such subject as successful family life, dangers of drug abuse, dangers of alcohol abuse, music education, reading education, finding employment, and personal improvement. This education is typical done through regular one on one personal study sessions, books, movies, and a variety of other means.

Third, we reach out to those volunteer educators who have suffered financial setbacks such as loss of employment, homelessness , and severe health issues or disabilities. We do such by helping them in the short term with expenses and in the long term by assisting them to regain employment in order for them to continue in their volunteer community education work.

Contact/Mailing

Please use the contact us form for general inquiries or call and leave a message at :5618003968

Mail can be sent to
1710 Old Okeechobee Rd, Ste A
West Palm Beach, FL 33409

Board Of Directors:

  • Jeremy Smith

    Mr. Smith is a member of the board of directors and serves as our president.

    His qualifications include graduating with an Associate’s Degree in Computers from Augusta Technical College, Augusta, Georgia. He has served as a local volunteer in the community for over twenty years including abroad in Latin America building educational facilities, teaching English to the poor, underprivileged and disadvantaged. In the United States, he continues to volunteer in the community, in disaster relief, community outreach, public speaking classes, building educational facilities. He currently spends an average of 70 hours plus a month in these activities. He is a successful business owner and has much experience in handling people and funds responsibly. His duties are spelled out in our bylaws, and include attending meetings of our board of directors and voting on board decisions.

  • Brian Burke

    Mr. Burke is a member of the board of directors and serves as the Secretary.

    He has spent 28 years as a volunteer assisting others in the community.  He currently is a housing director of a local relief committee in Hawaii. He conducts a weekly public workshop to train other volunteers in handling important issues in the community. He is a family man who also trains his own family, including his 12 and 13 year old children in this important volunteer community work spending an average of 15 hours a month. Although living in Hawaii, the family goes to annual retreats stateside, including Navajo Reservations, in order to volunteer to help in those communities. He is a successful businessman who owns his own landscaping contracting business with up to 12 employees. His duties are spelled out in our bylaws, and include attending meetings of our board of directors and voting on board decisions.

  • Gary Lee

    Mr. Lee is a member of the board of directors and serves as the treasurer.

    He has spent 25 years as a volunteer assisting others in the community. He currently is a safety directory of a local relief committee in New Hampshire. He also serves as a regional director for 2,400 volunteers, coordinating public conventions. He conducts training seminars and workshops to train other volunteers. He spends over 1,000 hours a year in these activities even learning a foreign language, Spanish, in order to assist that community as well. He is a successful businessman in various trades including construction and computer support. His duties are spelled out in our bylaws, and include attending meetings of our board of directors and voting on board decisions.

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