With gang violence, gun crime and school drop out levels all issues in our community, Miller Martin have decided to donate money to a cause two years in planning.
"We encourage others in the community, other businesses, other law firms, everybody can be impacted by this so we hope everybody will come along side and support the gang task force either financially or mentoring program."
Boyd Patterson feels recreation centers are ideal locations to provide computers with the software to make a difference in children's lives.
"The technology we have today in 2013, is enough to teach kids almost on their own how to better themselves, the only missing component is placing it at sites and centers that at risk youth attend".
Parks and Recreation officials believe the future is bright for children who start using the free software now.
"Here's an opportunity to for them to even encourage, to even continue on with their education in their program here, to me it's a very important aspect of getting through to our youth in our community".
The hub at Carver Community Center is the first of many that the Gang Task Force and their partners hope to set up in the coming years.