We would like to thank The Minneapolis Foundation who manages the Protolabs Fund for providing several grants to support our maker space as a resource to the communities it serves
We would like to thank Protolabs and their generous employees for submitting us to be considered for grants from the Minneapolis Foundation: Protolabs Fund
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Thanks to Woodcraft of Minneapolis for their generous support of our maker space and woodshop.
Twin Cities Maker is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, which allows us to receive tax-deductible donations. These donations, along with membership dues, are what keeps the lights on. Every little bit helps, and we won’t be able to thank you enough!
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