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Help UT students save babies with Texas Engineering World Health

$1,070
107%
Raised toward our $1,000 Goal
21 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on November 29, at 09:00 AM CST
Project Owners
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Rank State Donors
1 TX 17
2 NJ 2
3 WA 1

Bliss Angerman

In Honor of Sarah and Elizabeth

$50

Nov 28, 2017

Jessica

Rachelle

$5

Nov 13, 2017

Suja

Jose

$25

Nov 08, 2017

Suma

Srinivas

$50

Nov 07, 2017

Diana

Abdi

$300

Nov 06, 2017

Chuck

Pak

$25

Nov 04, 2017

BALA

KUMAR

$25

Nov 03, 2017

Catherine

Pronga

$25

Nov 03, 2017

Jeanette

Trinh

$10

Nov 02, 2017

Allison

Ingram

$5

Nov 02, 2017

Jane

Troyer

$10

Nov 01, 2017

Anonymous

Undisclosed Amount

Oct 31, 2017

Anonymous

$10

Oct 31, 2017

Daisy

longmire

$10

Oct 31, 2017

kate

wadsley

$10

Oct 31, 2017

Sunil

Potdar

$300

Oct 31, 2017

Thalia

Kruger

$40

Oct 30, 2017

Aimee

Lightfoot

$100

Oct 30, 2017

Kalina

Slavkova

Undisclosed Amount

Oct 30, 2017

Stella

Grigorian

$50

Oct 30, 2017

Anonymous

$5

Oct 30, 2017
Our way
of Thanking You

$5

Friend of TEWH

With $5, you're making a noticeable impact on our project. You'll get a shout out on our Facebook and Twitter!

2 of Unlimited Claimed
Estimated Delivery: October 2017

$10

Engineering Supporter

$10 will get us different supplies, assorted electronic components and sensors, and the bili-light LEDs necessary for our incubator. You will receive a spot on the donor wall of our website!

5 of 500 Claimed
Estimated Delivery: October 2017

$25

Project Supporter

With $25, you've just bought us a microcontroller! The microcontroller is crucial to maintaining and operating our incubator, and we can't design our project without it. For this donation, you will receive a personal email from us here at TEWH.

4 of 250 Claimed
Estimated Delivery: December 2017

$50

Framework Provider

With $50, you've provided us with the materials for building the casing and the power supply for our prototype incubator. As it's intended use is in the developing world, the incubator must be rugged and robust to continue functioning, so we need to invest a lot into this portion of our project. For this amount, you will receive frequent email updates on our progress after every general meeting.

2 of 100 Claimed
Estimated Delivery: December 2017

$100

Prototype Provider

Wow! With $100, you'll have paid for a complete iteration of our prototype, as well as the necessary testing. This is truly incredible, as we'll need to run a lot of tests to make sure that the incubator is as safe, robust, and efficient as possible. Your name will go on the back of our TEWH T-shirt, as a reminder for your contribution.

1 of 50 Claimed
Estimated Delivery: December 2017

$300

TEWH Sponsor

For $300, you have fully paid for our project submission to the Engineering World Health Design Competition. For this enormous contribution, your name will be put on the final prototype. Thank you.

2 of 10 Claimed
Estimated Delivery: December 2017
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