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Your gift today supports the community where projects and workshops help leverage the creativity of our members, and allow us to grow the local Science, Engineering, Art, Mathematics, and Technology communities, together. By donating to Quelab, you are working with us to construct a “Place to Make Things” in Albuquerque.
To join our community of Makers and Hackers, consider our monthly membership. Our members are a combination of hobbyists, tinkerers, citizen-scientists, professionals, and life-long-learners. We strive to learn new things and teach others what we’ve learned, and provide a space for the learning to take place.
To make a tax-deductible online donation through our Fiscal Sponsor, the School Factory, please use the PayPal link below. If you prefer to make your gift by mail, please send it to our office at 680 Haines Ave NW, Albuquerque, NM 87102. If you have any questions about making a donation, please feel free to write us at email@example.com or call 505-750-4522.
Offline, we gladly welcome your donations as well. We accept donations of equipment in our Donation Dropzone (located inside the large door in the workshop), check our Needslist and Wishlist for items we can put to good use. For the larger items, we can provide receipts for tax-deduction purposes. Items which we cannot use and which are not claimed for parts in a timely fashion are taken away for recycling and the funds raised are put into our General Fund.
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