In July of 2007, Johnny started a group called "Hackers for Charity", with the goal of applying the skills of the hacking community to charitable organizations that need those skills.
The group has already had some wonderful success stories, such as donating laptops and equipment to places in need, performing a re-code and security assessment of the AOET.org web application, and raising money from donations. In fact, Johnny and his family have actually been involved in taking trips to Uganda to deliver school supplies and setup a computer classroom using some of the donations received. Wouldn't it be wonderful to see a lot more big companies on that list of donors?
Taxes are almost due, so if there's anyone out there that's looking to make a few more charitable contributions to bring those taxes down, what a great opportunity this is. Go donate some of your old hardware, money, and time. It's great to see the community get behind a cause such as this one.