Sponsors

Maker Ed’s programs, projects, and initiatives are made possible through the generosity of incredible supporters. We are particularly thankful to our founding sponsors, Cognizant, Intel, the Nancy C. and Dale Dougherty Foundation, and Pixar Animation Studios.

We would like to acknowledge the following current supporters of our work:

Changemaker ($450,000+)

  • This is a multi-year grant.
Innovator ($250,000 – $449,000)
  • This is a multi-year grant.
Visionary ($100,000 – $249,000)
Champion ($50,000 – $99,000)
Advocate ($25,000 – $49,000)
Igniter ($15,000 – $24,999)
Autodesk
Anthony D. & Cynthia A. DeRose
Oracle

Catalyst ($5,000 – $14,999)
Intel
MakeyMakey

Friend ($1,000 – $4,999)
Adafruit
Argus
California Community Foundation
Galileo Camps
Gordon Stewart
James Neal / OSH Park
Jane Werner
Jay Melican
Jen Phillips
Kathryn Nash
Mark Greenlaw
The Fred Terman and Nan Borreson Fund

In-kind donations
Chevron
Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh
Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS)—AmeriCorps VISTA
Edutopia
Galileo Camps
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Intel
littleBits
MakerBot
Makey Makey
Maker Media
Making & Science, an initiative of Google
Microsoft
Next Thing Co.
OSH Park
Pixar
Quality Office Liquidations, Inc.
SparkFun
Squishy Circuits Store
ToyLabs

Humble Bundle
Additionally, we would like to thank Humble Bundle for their ongoing support of Maker Ed. Since 2015, individual donors have contributed more than $300,000 towards Maker Ed’s mission by using Humble Bundle’s unique charity model.