Help send FRC team 1729 to the robotics championships in TX!

Help send FRC team 1729 to the robotics championships in TX!

From Brighid Wood

Our team was on our district's winning alliance at New England District Championship and qualified for World's in Houston, TX. We have 10 days to make this dream a reality!

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- We are FRC Team 1729: Team Inconceivable! from southwestern New Hampshire. We are trying to raise money to get us to the World Championship Houston, TX. Please help!

- Our club teaches both hard and soft skills such as Computer Aided Design, mechanical engineering, software development, business management, teamwork, project management and strategic thinking.

- Each year our team of students design, build and program a specialized robot in order to participate in competitions in the New England area. We have advanced to the World Championship and need to travel to Houston, Texas this month. The FRC competitions are exciting games of skill and strategy played by the teams using industrial sized robots driven by students.


- We provide workforce training for our area youth in science and technology with concentrations in computer, mechanical and electrical engineering – critical fields in the 21st century. What’s more, we also provide many opportunities for artists, game strategists, business minded students and more. You would be amazed at what these students can do!

- Team Inconceivable! has advanced to the FRC World Championships and the New England Regional Championships multiple times. Our team is currently ranked 16 out of 215 teams in New England.

- As a non-profit organization running this high budget program, we rely on sponsor donations, both in kind and cash, to continue the work we do. Our club has never charged our members a fee to participate; as such, we look to our community to invest in our area youth and sponsor our team.


- This investment will go beyond just the members of our club. We view it as our responsibility not only to inspire our members, but also to enrich the community around us, by mentoring younger students throughout the whole year, demonstrating our robots at outreach events, and promoting an appreciation and understanding of STEM.

- We are seeking corporate and individual sponsors who believe that supporting our youth and STEM is an investment in the future.

We are hoping you will consider being a part of this exciting endeavor.

Please remember, as a non-profit organization, your donation is tax deductible. Monadnock 4-H Robotics is a tax-exempt public charity subordinate under the NH 4-H Association (EIN: 46-4879837, Gen No. 5940). 

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