Dave and Deborah Kaiser, owners of Digitype Design, have taken to heart “giving back.” In 2004, Aldo, a young student in rural Panama, wrote his United States sponsor with exciting news: he was now attending a school with the latest computer technology (old 5 1/4” floppy hard drive PCs). Hearing Aldo’s story, the Kaisers were moved and vowed to improve the school’s technology. From there Little Davey Project launched.

The first year an ambitious project team packed up, shipped, and installed 50 computers at 15 rural Panamanian schools. Even Aldo helped set up four computers for his school in Aguadulce. Since inception, hundreds of Latin American children have benefited from the organization’s generous efforts.

The Kaisers underwrite the Little Davey Project (501C3) administrative costs. 100 percent of all donated funds are applied to purchasing computer components for Latin American Non-Profit Schools.

For more insights about Little Davey Project visit littledaveyproject.com