Update on TechBridge Makerspace IndieGoGo Campaign

In August I published a blog post on the TechBridge Makerspace’s IndieGoGo campaign to raise funds for an Alberta, Canada makerspace. The makerspace at the time had raised $4080 and now that the campaign is closed I wanted to give everyone an update on how well their campaign did.

The TechBridge Makerspace has raised $5140 CAD! Very awesome that people donated to them. Not only are makerspaces cool and provide accessibility to 3d printers and other technologies and knowledge, they’re also a way of propagating the culture of hackers and makers, the curious inquisitive nature of hackers who want to explore technology and its possibilities.

Because the IndieGoGo campaign was a flexible goal, TechBridge Makerspace has received all the funds that they raised. $5140 CAD is enough for them to buy some of the equipment that they wanted to get.

Click here to find other makerspaces to donate to.

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