We hope you are enjoying the weather!
Firstly, we have now raised £144,000 on our national Go Fund Me, what a fantastic achievement, but we are still receiving orders for approx 1,000 face shields a day. So we need to keep raising money. We are exploring lots of other funding options too, including grants and sponsorship. So if you have any fundraising ideas or would like to talk to us about sponsorship, please get in touch with us.
Did you see us on BBC Click? Watch the latest episode to see our amazing Clare Hester turn up just at the right time to bag an interview.
If you haven’t watched @clarehester delivering #3dprinted face shields on @BBCClick and being interviewed by @jencopestake, then we recommend that you do. 😎 It’s probably our favourite episode ever!❤️https://t.co/W0ZnALdEQ7https://t.co/qok7KxxTdM pic.twitter.com/3LUWJqYwwU
— 3DCrowd (@3dcrowduk) May 26, 2020
We’re now at 168,000 face shields shipped out, amazing work 3D Crowd community. You’re the best!
Also, a huge thanks go to:
Sally, who left isolation for first time on Sunday since March 13…..Did she visit family? friends? No….she went to meet (at a careful distance) Peter & Tim (pictured). Apparently it was greatly entertained watching them washing frames all afternoon……about 1,100 drying now at the SW19 hub, cracking job by them and their team & so wonderful to meet them in person at last!
Adam from Papworth for taking a lot of prints to George Dodd’s cleaning hub, despite being extremely busy.
Mr Bid, for his remarkable efforts to get Inverness completely ticked off.
Dave from SE10 for consistently providing the best quality frames and already cleaned too!
And of course to Wimbledon Brewery for the delivery of beer refreshments for the volunteers at the local cleaning hub this weekend!