GIVING A HAND UP, NOT A HAND OUT

The Dignity Project Second Generation is a 501(c)3 non-profit in Gainesville, Florida that trains at risk-youth in trades such as computer and car repair. The community can receive these refurbished items by giving a suggested donation, which in return, funds our training program.

DONATE

Donations are ultimately what fuel our program. We accept both working and non-working items such as cars, boats, scooters, and bicycles. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit and provide you with tax credits for your donation.

PURCHASE REFURBISHED ITEMS

Donations may fuel our program, but it is the purchasing of refurbished cars, computer, and other items that fund our program. We sell items much lower than market value to help the underprivileged in our community.

STUDENT TRAINING

At-risk middle and high School students in Alachua County learn on the job vocational training under the supervision of experts in their trade. We teach the skills to helps students pursue a path to college.

VOLUNTEER

We would love you to join our family of dedicated volunteers at Dignity Project 2. They are the reason students succeed and better their lives. If you have the skills and time to help please contact us today.

DONATIONS FUEL OUR PROGRAM & BENEFIT OUR COMMUNITY

Dignity Project 2 is a little home grown organization in Gainesville, FL that is not affiliated with any state or national level groups. All of the activities we have to undertake must be done at no cost or low cost.

When you donate to Dignity Project Second Generation it allows us to train students the skills they need to learn their trade. The donations you provide are fixed up and then return back to our community to help someone else. Our goal is to make a social, economic, and environmental impact in Alachua County.

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DONATE THESE ITEMS

(WORKING OR NON-WORKING ACCEPTED)

CARS & TRUCKS

MOTORCYCLES

SCOOTERS

BOATS

COMPUTERS & LAPTOPS

MOUSE & KEYBOARDS

LAWN MOWERS

12-VOLT PORTABLE JUMP PACKS

BATTERY CHARGERS

JACK STANDS

FLOOR JACKS

TOOLS

We are a non-profit 501-C3 and offer tax credits for your donations to us.

Volunteers

IMPROVE A STUDENT'S LIFE. VOLUNTEER!

The Dignity Project 2 is always looking for volunteers that have the time and knowledge to help our at-risk students better their skills in computer and car repair. Please contact us to learn how you can help!

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PURCHASE REFURBISHED ITEMS TO FUND OUR PROGRAM

CARS | TRUCKS | COMPUTERS | LAPTOPS

The Dignity Project 2 services are now available to everyone in the community!

Our program now accepts a suggested donation amount based on the item you are looking for. We receive a majority of our funding through donation money collected for repaired computers, laptops, cars, and trucks.

AVERAGE DONATION (PURCHASE) AMOUNT

CARS & TRUCKS | $1,000-$1,500

*Taxes paid through the state tag agency

COMPUTER & LAPTOPS | $100

*Computers include monitor, tower, keyboard, and mouse

DISCOUNTED AUTO & COMPUTER REPAIR

The Dignity Project 2 also helps repair vehicles and computers for a small donation. Stop by and let us know what you need help with and we’ll give you an estimate to complete the repair. When you use our services it allows us to help train a student in the process.

STUDENT TRAINING. JOIN US!

COMPUTER REPAIR | AUTO REPAIR

If you are a middle or high school student in Alachua County and would like to learn more about training at Dignity Project 2 please contact Kim Lapan at kim.lapan@yahoo.com

Our goal is to help you gain trade skills that will help you succeed in the future. Dignity Project Second Generation also works to find our students scholarships for their field of study to further continue their education.

We urge you to check us out. We are a non-profit organization that does not charge for our student training services.

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SUBMIT GENERAL QUESTIONS

Thank you for your interest in Dignity Project Second Generation. Please, utilize this form and provide us as much information about your needs as possible. Send any general questions about our organization, student training, or donations.

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