Issue #351 - We’re on the home stretch!
We asked for your help last week to support our #RaspberryPiDay campaign. All we can say is WOW and thank you! You Raspberry Pi Weekly readers have gone above and beyond to provide young people with the skills and inspiration they need to become confident, creative digital makers.
We’re on the home stretch now, and we need one last boost of support before the campaign comes to a close at midnight this Sunday 14 March.
If you haven’t become a Pi Day donor yet, will you consider joining in to help us raise a final $3,141.59? It’s a big goal, but if you help us reach it, we can impact another 10,000 learners! Your gift of just $3.14 (or more if you have it) just might be the one that brings us over the finish line.
It’s also been a great week for community projects: we saw a brilliant freezer monitor, a thermal camera, and an industry-disrupting affordable piece of medical equipment!
Hope to celebrate Pi Day with you and your kids LIVE on Sunday.
Celebrate Pi Day with us LIVE!(raspberrypi.org) OKdo is celebrating by donating half their weekend's sales proceeds to us!
Low-cost Raspberry Pi Zero endoscope camera(raspberrypi.org) Flexible, affordable, portable
Remotely monitor freezer temperatures with Raspberry Pi(raspberrypi.org) Brrr, it's cold in here
What is PIO?(raspberrypi.org) Use PIO to get more out of your Raspberry Pi Pico
Raspberry Pi thermal camera(raspberrypi.org) Canned heat
Create your own storm cloud using Raspberry Pi and Scratch(raspberrypi.org) Coding with sound and light
Engaging Black girls in STEM learning through game design(raspberrypi.org) How do we design STEM learning environments for Black girls?
Want your name printed in The MagPi Magazine?(raspberrypi.org) Become a Pi Day donor today!
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