We appreciate your support. It provides an important resources to aid teams across the country, particularly in underserved communities, to participate in this auspicious event.

Apollo 50th Next Giant Leap Student Challenge (ANGLeS)

$1,135
4%
Raised toward our $25,000 Goal
8 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on June 03, at 11:59 PM PDT
Project Owners
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Rank State Donors
1 WA 6
2 TX 2
3 AA 0

Anonymous

$100

May 03, 2019

Adriann

Alexander

Undisclosed Amount

May 01, 2019

Camelia

Sandoval

Undisclosed Amount

Apr 22, 2019

Monica

Godkin

$25

Apr 21, 2019

Anonymous

Undisclosed Amount

Mar 29, 2019

Gary

Brandt

$25

Mar 22, 2019

Robert

Winglee

$500

Mar 06, 2019

Anonymous

$400

Mar 04, 2019
Levels
Choose a giving level

$25

Space Technician

Donations at this level will help a team buy supplies for building their community-relevant payload to be placed on the lunar surface Challenge map.

$50

Lunar Lander Designer

Teams will use these funds to test various materials to build their lunar lander, which will allow them to optimize the size to mass ratio which is part of the Challenge requirements.

$100

Space Flight Specialist

The Challenge uses drones as a means for developing skills in remote sensing and in aerospace engineering. They have been heavily discounted by the manufacturer and a donation at this level would help a team purchase their own system.

$150

Navigation Specialist

The ANGLeS Challenge has an 8 ft by 10 ft map of the Apollo lunar site. Support at this level would assist a team/organization to buy their own map to test their devices and gain first hand experience and practice with an official Challenge Map.

$500

Robotics Specialist

Support at this level would enable a team to buy their own robotics system so that they can practice for the Challenge, and also provides an important means for immersing students in a fun programming environment while learning an important skill set.

$1,000

Mission Commander

A donation at this level allow a school/organization to to have multiple teams undertake the challenge, and provide teachers with equipment to keep teaching programming and engineering design well after the challenge. Sponsorship at this level would be recognized with the display of their logo on the web site and acknowledgement at the Hub Challenge(s).

$5,000

Mission Controller

Support would aid multiple teams across a state to participate in the challenge, and enable programming to be taught across a full grade. Donors logos would be added to the web site, acknowledged at the regional challenge, and commemorative items given to the donor.

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