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T4T.org

T4T.org inspires the next generation of Scientists, Technology experts, Engineers, Artists, and Mathematicians (STEAM) using manufacturers clean waste - nurturing environmental stewardship.

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  • PLAY ·2016 Grants Challenge

    Robin Hoods of Rubbish for the LA LandfillHarmonics

    The Robin Hoods of Rubbish are inspired by Paraguay's Landfill Harmonics to build intelligence in our youth using music, a proven builder of brainpower!

  • LEARN ·2016 Grants Challenge

    The Robin Hoods of Rubbish are building STEAM Labs!

    We are the Robin Hoods of Rubbish and we want to build STEAM Labs (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) out of upcycled materials in 20 Title 1 Schools in Los Angeles.

  • CREATE ·2016 Grants Challenge

    Are the Robbin Hoods of Rubbish arriving in your neighborhood park?

    We are the Robbin Hoods of Rubbish, using manufacturers clean waste to inspire the next generation of Scientists, Technology experts, Engineers, Artists, and Mathematicians.

  • LEARN ·2015 Grants Challenge

    T4T.org’s ReImagined Resource Center STEAM Labs

    We want to build STEAM Labs in 20 Title 1 Schools in Los Angeles. LAUSD has among the highest concentration of low-income students in the state, with more than 80% living at or below the poverty line. This translates into nearly 400 high-poverty campuses where all students automatically qualify for subsidized lunches. There is little room in the school budget for a Makers Space. We want to teach these students to invent out of ReImagined Resources or found objects.

  • PLAY ·2015 Grants Challenge

    T4T.org’s Mobile Makers Space with ReImagined Resources

    T4T.org’s Pop-Up Makers’ Spaces using ReImagined Resources will arrive in some of LA’s most underserved communities. On a Saturday or Sunday morning a truck will pull up, drop down the sides, set up the tables and future inventors, scientists and researchers, from the local community go to work. These children are welcome to create, build and experiment. We will bring Laser cutters, 3D Printers and more, all the tools these young inventors need to realize what their imagination can inspire.

  • CREATE ·2015 Grants Challenge

    LA Landfill Harmonic Orchestra

    Let’s create LA LandfillHarmonics inspired by Parqaguay’s LandfillHarmonics. LAUSD has among the highest concentration of low-income students in the state, with more than 80% living at or below the poverty line. This translates into nearly 400 high-poverty campuses where all students automatically qualify for subsidized lunches. There is little room in the school budget for the arts. Where is music for these children? We want to teach them to make music out of found objects.

  • PLAY ·2014 Grants Challenge

    Reimagined Resources

    @T4T wants to create 10 interactive art/science instillations using up-cycled materials in under-served communities.