A huge thanks to our wonderful sponsors for their help in making this season successful!





 

Dr. Richard Lasbury, DDS
Purdue Kokomo



Dr. James Lindsey, DDS
The Pendergast family
The Fruth family



Where does my money go?

One hundred percent of your donation supports entry fees, material costs and travel expenses so our kids can compete in the FIRST Robotics Competition. (It takes from $10,000 to $25,000 to field a small team.) All the money is managed through a Taylor School extra-curricular activity account.

How can I help?

Financial assistance is the most flexible gift. It allows us to get the things we need when we need them. We are also in need of services like welding, printing and food for Saturdays in the build season. We need adult technology mentors, especially machine designers. It would also help if you can provide items and services to sell or raffle off to raise money.

Not for Profit

US FIRST is a 501(c)(3) Public Charity, Federal Tax (FEIN) #22-2990908.

Donations are deductible to the extent provided by current IRS tax laws and regulations.

 

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Taylor Robotics,
Jan 3, 2015, 10:41 AM