was created to pivot from covid and help more in rural and underserved communities appreciate and leverage the maker movement.
During the Orlando Maker Faire more will get an understanding on how the maker movement can be mobile and take maker education to where it is needed.

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To help more rural and underserved communities gain access to maker equipment, Joel Leonard invested 100k into setting up offers programs to help communities grow their understanding of the maker movement.