We believe in
the power of learning
For every Twin Kit purchased we give disadvantaged children access to STEAM skills through our Impact Program.
Our work (so far)…
to STEAM skills
created by passionate
and talented children
How it works
For every kit you purchase, we donate $2.50 to the Global Science Movement campaign.
This campaign works to deliver science skills to disadvantaged children in the world’s remotest villages.
Our purpose & process
As co-founders we’ve travelled the world delivering workshops in schools, orphanages, and refugee camps. We’ve seen firsthand the inequality that exists in education and started Twin in 2016 to address it.
We partner with committed organizations, universities, education and training centres, and social enterprises to find the communities or locations most in need of support.
We believe in the highest standards of social and environmental performance, transparency, and accountability. Our work and efforts are fully tracked and must be sustainable.
Some of our partners
Twin works with the best to create lasting change.
YGA is an international non-profit aiming to raise leaders of the future who combine compassion with innovation.
CCN aims to give every child access to the digital skills they need for their future so they are independent when they grow up.
UNA-Atlanta takes global conversations and translates them into local talks and activities that are accessible to all.
“Creativity should be part of a quality education, specially STEAM subjects, to provide an opportunity to young people to fulfill their potential. Twin kits promote design thinking methods and encourage students to address challenges with a sense of empathy through interdisciplinary ideas and approaches. Twin kits are also a vehicle for the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals to be integrated into STEAM lessons. That’s why as the United Nations Association of Atlanta Chapter we strongly believe in the success of Twin kits and their positive impact on kids.”
Dr. Selen Beduk
United Nations Association of Atlanta, Vice President of Programs & Education