The Kendeda Fund has generously supported our operation and growth since 2013.
The Autodesk Foundation has provided us with financial support, software, and pro bono employee expertise.
The National Endowment for the Arts has funded the expansion of the Girls Garage program into our new space, as well as other Project H Design programming, since 2010.
From donated workstations to financial support and workshops with their talented designers, Lenovo has been an incredible partner in helping us to expand our digital design and tech-based offerings to girls.
The foundation arm of the global engineering firm Arup, The Ove Arup Foundation has generously supported our program costs since 2016.
In partnership with their Education team and thanks to generous donations of furniture and fixtures, we were able to build out our upstairs classroom as a dynamic active learning space.
One Workplace helps organizations create integrated, flexible, and custom-tailored workspaces, and donated furniture to make our space efficient and beautiful.
Lincoln Electric is our primary welding sponsor and has provided our MIG and TIG welders as well as safety equipment and consumables.
Ryobi has generously outfitted us with $5000 worth of in-kind donated power tools, ranging from drills and drivers to chop saws, sanders, and more.
The Sandisk Foundation has provided us with a generous grant to expand our program in our new space.