My family created “UDEP” in memory of my father, Uncle Danny. His belief in education motivated us to ‘give back’ by identifying disaster and poverty-ridden areas where technology in schools is greatly needed. Over the past five years, we’ve helped schools across the world by installing Internet access, networking equipment, WiFi, computers, SMARTBoards in classrooms, printing centers, the Google Education platform, and much more.
Our passion for “direct experiential giving” is a 21st-century version of Habitat for Humanity, without all the corporate overhead. We are a simple example of a family charity that invests capital and shares our skills (for us it’s tech skills) with those in need. We strongly encourage others to do the same. Whether your skills are medical, plumbing, electrical, etc. -- opportunities exist everywhere.