You Can Help Send Kids To CAMPYour support means the world to us! We're hoping you'll consider supporting Main Campus. In addition to our open enrollment summer camp programs, we also offer special camps, and year-round programs, to kids who are in need. Main Campus works with inner-city youth, high-school drop outs, and children with learning difficulties to provide them with the tools they need to be successful in the 21st century. Our charter is to provide educational services that use fun, and interactive, educational tools to engage students, of all backgrounds, in S.T.E.A.M. (science, technology, engineering, art, and math). You can help us in many different ways. The following are five ideas on how you could help:
- Make a financial donation
Every dollar helps! We have lots of plans to grow Main Campus and want to be available to kids of all backgrounds. Your, or your company's, financial donation, no matter how small or large, can help.
- Donate your company's old equipment and software
We can use your late-model computers, science and lab equipment, electronic testing gear, robots, networking gear, drawing pads, mo-cap equipment, LCD TVs & monitors, projectors (and other AV equipment), dev kits, game consoles, video games (new games or retro-classics), software (and licenses), retail and event kiosks, arcade games, 3D printers, and other equipment. If your company has leftover materials from trade shows, such as cool displays, kiosks & exhibits, give-away's, T-shirts, pens, lanyards and mouse pads, we can use these too.
- Donate your time
Our kids love meeting S.T.E.A.M. professionals. If you can provide even just one-hour of time, you will be helping us with our mission.
- Donate meeting space
Imagine having Main Campus hold a summer camp program within the walls of your company. If you have the space, even as small as 10 chairs and desks, we would love to bring a Main Campus program to your facilities.
- Spread the word
Just getting the word out about Main Campus Camps helps!!! Telling your friends, neighbors, and co-workers about Main Campus, and the educational value of S.T.E.A.M. programs. Making conversation helps grow awareness of the importance, and value, of teaching students about science, technology, engineering, art and math.