The Pi Shop is working with local organizations in the Central Valley to arm medical professionals, first responders, front line workers, businesses and individuals with face shields to help fight against the COVID-19 virus.
A donation of $10.00 per shield will provide the donor and/or someone else in need a face shield. There are no donation restrictions. Since The Pi Shop is a registered 501c3 Non-Profit, you can donate to help this wonderful cause and also write off the donation as a charitable gift on your tax return. Talk about a no-brainer. Give $10. Give $1,000. Give $10,000! You can save lives just by donating to The Pi Shop and supporting our mission to improve people’s lives in the Central Valley as we move through the coronavirus.
If you are able to help our cause, please use the Donate button below and donate to The Pi Shop’s PayPal. Be sure to include your contact information as well as a note with the number of shields you would like to receive or donate.
We would like to give a special thank you to our partners: Fresno Ideaworks, Central Valley Community Foundation, Blue Dolphin Engineering, the Peerless Building and all the volunteers who are working with us to save lives during this pandemic.
Since most of our team is either working remotely to comply with social distancing or in the shop hard at work producing face shields, the best way to reach us if you have any questions is by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
We thank you for your donation to help support the COVID-19 PPE shortage.
– The Pi Shop
The Pi Shop and Blue Dolphin Design & Engineering have proudly designed and are currently manufacturing COVID Cubicles!
The COVID Cubicles are made of a high quality transparent 3 wall honeycomb acrylic material that features a 7 Foot box design from the ground-up, a sliding barn door that can be opened from left to right (for ease of entry and exiting), and can be assembled in about 30 minutes or less.
These locally manufactured COVID Cubicles are available to businesses, government agencies, school districts, and the general public to help prevent the spread of infectious diseases in the Central Valley.