Donate to Raise $15K? Yes, please! You Can Make It Happen!
We smell the Peppermint Spice and holiday music is playing all around, it’s that time of year when we kindly ask you to consider making a donation to Decatur Makers. With your help, we hope to beat our End of Year 2019 Fundraising goal of $15,000 so that we can continue our positive impact in the Atlanta community!
Click here to make a donation before midnight, Dec 31, 2019. You’d make our day… and year!
Truly, we’ll be dancing and singing over here!
Wondering how your donation (no amount too small!) would make a difference?
- $10 would buy an Arduino Gemma (a mini wearable microcontroller)
- $25 would buy 1 Kg PLA filament for 3D printing
- $50 would sponsor the materials for one of our Family Build Nights
- $100 would buy a nice quality cordless drill/driver
- $300 would sponsor the materials for 6 months of Outreach with one of our partner organizations the support underserved youth
- $540 would sponsor two needs-based 12 month membership scholarships with all the benefits
- $1000 would buy 1/2 of a metal milling machine
- $75,000 would buy a full-building air filtration system (can’t hurt to ask, right?)
The positive impact that making has on kids and adults is life-changing! That’s why we’re asking for your support.
Your gift goes a loooong way to strengthening Decatur’s maker community. Here are several ways you can get involved:
Make a donation For kid/teen scholarships, to buy tools, support mentors… every dollar is needed and is put to good use. Donate here >
Be a business sponsor If your company values creativity, resourcefulness and ingenuity, then sponsoring Decatur Makers adds to your brand (and really helps us). Email us to learn about various sponsorship packages and recognition.
Become a Cornerstone Member It’s part gift and part membership, with benefits. Email us for the inside scoop.
Make a connection You can’t have too many friends… If you know of a business or individual who might find Decatur Makers a cause worth supporting, we’d be grateful for an introduction. Email us to discuss