As a supporter of Reinvented Magazine, THANK YOU for helping us reinvent the world. Whether you've been here from the outset or recently got involved, you make us successful.
COVID-19 is impacting all of us, everyday, and Reinvented is no exception. We rely on you, our readers, and businesses small and large to change the face of STEM.
Students have transitioned into a learn-from-home environment, and that makes Reinvented more important that ever - providing a tangible piece of learning material that doesn't require staring at a screen. In under a year, we've provided over 7,500 print copies and 1,500 digital copies of magazines to you, our readers. Over 3,000 copies have been donated to organizations like MakerGirl, htm.elle, Lakeville Robotics, local libraries, and more.
I need your help. Reinvented has a goal to raise $3,000 by May 15th so we can print Issue 4. With our 5K postponed and turned into a virtual race, we're struggling to hit our fundraising goals before our upcoming print deadline.
A $3 donation provides a magazine to a girl trying to figure out what she wants to be when she grows up.
$25 covers the cost of shipping of a set of magazines to one of our One-for-One program participants who are providing magazines to students who may not have internet access or a way to see Reinvented online.
$50 can provide a class set to a STEM teacher, robotics coach, or Girl Scout troop leader.
The team has set up a GoFundMe to help us collect and organize funds. If you're not able to contribute, please share with those around who may be able to. Anyone who donates over $15 gets first dibs on our new sticker pack!
We're currently providing free copies of Issue 1 and Issue 2 to students, parents, and educators working their way through a change in education as we know it. Please share this form with your friends, family, network, or anyone else you see finding value in Reinvented - and, if you're able, consider making a donation so we can continue to provide that value to young women around the world.
Again - thank you for your support. It means so much to me to be able to impact girls who were just like me: unsure in her decision to pursue STEM, looking for people who look like her to maker sure she'll fit in, and passionate in desire to learn and grow.