Help these female engineers continue to compete!

The RoboDoves drive like girls A Project of Baltimore's Safe and Sound Campaign

"Drive like a girl."

That's the motto of The RoboDoves, an all-girls robotics team at Western High School.

The RoboDoves build (and drive) robots, solving real-world engineering problems through collaboration and teamwork.

In a sport dominated by boys from the suburbs, the RoboDoves have been wildly successful in their first four years , competing in the 2010, 2011, and 2012 VEX robotics international competitions and being featured in a documentary about FIRST Robotics. 

But, as a small, all-girls team at a Baltimore City public school, the RoboDoves encounter funding challenges that not all of their competitors have to face.

Your gift will help to cover the costs of running a successful robotics team.

We can help the RoboDoves continue to compete and stay on the path to becoming creative, self sufficient women who will confidently pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).

How can you help?

Running a robotics team is costly but the advantages —especially for girls, who are underrepresented in STEM fields—are immense.

Your gift will purchase robotic building materials and help the girls compete in competitions around the nation.

Together We Can Make It Happen! Here's How:
Robot building materials $3,000
Registration fees for VEX Robotics $2,000
$3,818 Raised
76% towards $5,000 Goal

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