April 10, 2009

Bots 4 Tots Helps Chicago Kids

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If there was ever a worthwhile program for children in these economic hard times, it has to be Bots 4 Tots in Chicago. They accept donations to bring robotics to kids who otherwise would not have contact with them. Partially sponsored by Robot City Workshop, for every $25.00, a 10 - 15 year old receives a non-soldering DIY Jungle Robot kit that she/he will build at the workshop. Tools and assistance from founders Don and Alexis is also provided and there will be no more than five at a time for the utmost attention.

After May 31, kids (or parents for them) can apply to take part in a B4T workshop or sign up to keep in touch with what is going on there. Please visit their site and donate what you can. And stay tuned for an exclusive interview with Alexis and Don next week.

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Posted by Sheila Franklin at April 10, 2009 9:04 AM
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