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Mission Statement

Operation SEEDS is a coalition effort to provide excess electronic equipment (computers) to urban and rural schools, public and private, within the four corner region. Primary target recipients include high risk, low income, disadvantaged youth and Native American populations in rural America.

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SEEDS (Sharing Electronic Equipment District & Statewide) was founded by Congressman Scott McInnis in 1996 in response to the need for technology in the classroom. Under the Stevenson-Wydler Technology Innovation Act SEEDS accesses surplus federal equipment, performing necessary repairs and upgrades, ultimately making it available to schools and non-profit agencies through an application process. As a result of this effort technology slated for the landfill is now providing an enriched learning experience for thousands of children and community members.

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