Training The Youth Of Today With The Technology & Life Skills Of Tomorrow
Eric & Lynda Hawkins, co-founders of Uneed2 Inc. believe that every student should have the resources to help our youth explore and pursue education and career pathway opportunities and interest. Founded in 2007, Uneed2 Inc. and it's many partners have been dedicated not only to giving kids access to knowledge and technology but also teaching them how to use, maintain and build computers.
Work with us and make a difference in your community!
STOCKTON - Struggling to handle his bulky treasure, Gene Lewis lugged a flat-screen monitor and a desktop computer and placed it delicately on one of the round tables in the lobby of Franklin High School's spanking-new "C" building.
Our vision is to bridge the gap with the economically challenged individuals by assisting with technology which will allow the youth to be competitive in the 21st century economy, break the cycle of poverty and to have the same opportunity to reach their full potential as successful, productive and responsible citizens.
UNeed2 is a non-profit organization that enables youth to have an equal opportunity in education and career development by bridging the digital divide.
Together We Can Make It Happen!
You can help by donating computers and accessories, volunteering (all volunteers are screened and background checked) your time, becoming a partner or giving a monetary donation. Uneed2 is an e-waste collector and uses refurbished computers for students and labs. In addition to computer classes UNeed2 Inc. and the Hawkins family also give free school supplies to students in need. To donate school supplies or for more information please contact us at info@Uneed2.org.
Non Profit Taxpayer ID Number: 77-0549779
Oakland Raiders Walter Brock came to help
with the youth computer program.