Give the gift of computer science education.


All students should have access to computer science education.

Can I send a check?

Yes! Please send checks to:

Code for fun
Suite 121
6600 Dumbarton Circle
Fremont, CA 94555

Checks should be made payable to Code for fun, and you should enclose a letter with your name, address, phone number, email address, and donation amount—we want to know who you are so we can show our gratitude for your support!

Will I get a donation receipt?

Yes. A donation receipt will be sent to your email for your records.

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Here's the list of programs that we have been able to offer for free:

  • Summer 2018: Partnership with Prerna to offer tuitions for free camps

  • 2017-2019: 2 academic years of Hack High School every Saturday Sept-May (~400 Students)

  • 2017 Summer Camps:

    • MetroEd: Cybersecurity Camp (40 students, 11 to 14 years old) - June 2017

  • 2017 Spring Camps:

    • Lakewood Elementary: Product Design with Crafting and Coding for girls only (21 students, 8 to 12 years old) - April 2017

    • Alumn Rock Library: Product Design with Crafting and Coding for girls only (11 students, 8 to 12 years old) - April 2017

  • Academic Year 2016-17: 10 hours of computer science in the classroom for grades 3rd to 8th in Belle Haven, Los Robles and Caesar Chavez from the Ravenswood School District (543 students).

  • 2016 Winter Camps:

    • Fremont Library: Storytelling and Game Design With Scratch (20 students, 8 to 12 years old) - December 2016

      1. Fremont Library: Creative Computing (20 students, 7 to 10 years old) - January 2016

  • 2016 Summer Camps:

    • East Palo Alto: Bootstrap1 - Algebra & Programming to 26 students (grade 8)

    • East Palo Alto: Science & Programming with Scratch to 14 students (grades 6 and 7)

  • Academic year 2015/2016

    • Belle Haven School, Menlo Park: 10 hours of computer Science (CS Continuous Learning program) Grades 3 to 7 (251 students)

  • 2015 Winter Camps:

    • Newark Library: Little Programmers (20 students, ages 5-8)

    • Newark Library: Bootstrap (20 students, ages 11-15)

    • Fremont Library: Bootstrap (20 students ages 11-15)

    • Union City Library: Introduction to the Magical World of Computers (20 students ages 7-10)

    • Union City Library: Intermediate Scratch Coding for Girls (20 girl students, ages 8-12)

  • 2015 Thanksgiving Camps:

    • Fremont Library: Little Programmers (20 students, grades K-2nd)

    • Fremont Library: Science and Programming with Scratch (20 students, grades 4-7)

  • 2015 Summer Camps:

    • Belle Haven, Menlo Park: Introduction to Computer Science and Game Design using Scratch.
      2 Week Camp + Field Trip to Computer Science History Museum (20 students, ages 7 to 10 yrs)

    • Belle Haven, Menlo Park: Product Design using Craft and Coding and Game Design from Scratch. 2 Week Camp + Field Trip to Scandau and Nasa Ames Research Center (14 girl students, ages 7-10)

    • Belle Haven, Menlo Park: Bootstrap 1: 2 Week Camp + Field trip to Facebook (11 students, ages 12-15)

    • Union City Library: Story Telling and Game Design from Scratch (20 students ages 8-12)

  • 2015 Spring Break:

    • Fremont Library: Product Design from Scratch (20 girl students, ages 8-12)

    • Columbia Neighborhood Center, Sunnyvale: Introduction to the Magical World of Computers (20 students ages 7-10)

    • Newark Library: Introduction to the Magical World of Computer (20 students, ages 7-10)

    • Santa Clara Library: Storytelling with Scratch (20 students, grades 4-5)

  • 2015 Winter Break:

    • Fremont Library: Hour of Code (40 students, ages 6-13)

    • Fremont Library: Game Design From Scratch (40 students, ages 8-12)

  • 2014 year:

    • Connect Community Charter School, Redwood City: Boostrap 1 after-school program (15 students grade 6-7)

    • Golden Oak Montessori, Castro Valley: Boostrap 1 (60 students grades 6-7)20


Code for fun Donation & Membership policies

Code for fun raises funds online for a variety of community projects. This Donations Refund Policy applies to anyone who makes an online donation to Code for fun.

As your donation is being made online without our assistance or involvement we ask that you complete your details and the amount of your donation carefully as it involves a substantial amount of administrative time to deal with and rectify any errors. There is no minimum donation.
Refunds of the amount pledged cannot be made simply because you have changed your mind. It is for this reason that we ask that you make your choice to donate carefully. Code for fun is under no obligation to give a refund, but will ensure that any genuine errors (such as to the amount donated) are rectified.
Should an error be made in the amount of any donation, the donor has 5 days in which to notify Code for fun of the error. All requests for refunds must be made in writing by email to the Founder at: The request should have the details of the initial donation including the date, amount, name of the donor, any tax invoice number and the nature of the error. Any tax invoice issued for the incorrect amount immediately becomes void and invalid, and a new tax invoice will be issued for the amount of the corrected donation.
Only donations of $300 or more can result in membership status. As a donation the membership is non-refundable and non transferable. Benefits are subject to change and may be revoked upon misuse.