CircuitPython Day: dedicated to Lamba Labs and rebuilding Beirut #CircuitPythonDay @LambaLabs
On August 4th, 2020, Beirut, Lebanon experienced a massive explosion that left many dead and injured, as well as leaving thousands homeless. In the aftermath, Lamba Labs Makerspace stepped up and joined the many efforts to rebuild their community, including search and rescue, restoring damaged homes, and volunteering, including providing aid tents to help the community find food and shelter and joining construction engineers to help with the rebuilding process.
Last year, Lamba Labs Makerspace was a partner for CircuitPython Day.
This year, today, CircuitPython Day, is being dedicated to Lamba Labs Makerspace for all of the amazing work they’re doing in the Beirut community. If you would like to help with their efforts, consider donating to the following fundraisers:
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