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Friends of
Falkon Robotics Inc. 501 (c)(3)

Friends of Falkon Robotics Inc. is a non-profit established by alumni of Team 589. The goal of our non-profit is to inspire a diverse array of students to succeed in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math fields by increasing the resources available for program participants. Some examples include manufacturing equipment, prototyping materials, and computer hardware. To find out how we can work together to achieve this goal, please read more about ways to support our team. If you have any questions, email us at friendsoffalkonrobotics@gmail.com. Thank you!

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You can setup your Ralphs account to make donations free of charge:


1.  Head to ralphs.com and sign in
2. Open My Account and navigate to Select Community Contributions
3. Search for and enroll Friends of Falkon Robotics Inc. as your charity

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You can make a direct donation with your credit card!

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If it is time to renew your subscription to this great local paper, or if you would like to start a new subscription, ask us for a coupon through email!
For each renewal or new subscription, $10 will be paid to Friends of Falkon Robotics.

Ways to Donate

We also accept donations through Venmo!

Donate by scanning the QR Code below, or click on the button.

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Sponsors

We Need Your Help!

Become a sponsor! If you are interested in sponsoring Team 589 and receiving awesome perks, we would be happy to discuss sponsorship opportunities. Please contact us friendsoffalkonrobotics@gmail.com.

 

If you have supplies or materials (e.g., tools, machines, parts) that would be useful for building robots, please contact us at falkonrobotics589@gmail.com.

Donating helps Team 589 achieve our goals. We build a robot every year to compete in the FIRST Robotics Competition. Your donations will be used to purchase robot parts for our competitions, fund our transportation, help us raise awareness about our program, and allow us to continue spreading STEM throughout our community!

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