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Engineers Without Borders

Raised toward our $5,000 Goal
66 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on November 17, at 09:00 AM EST
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Engineers Without Borders

The Virginia Tech chapter of Engineers without Borders needs money to allow our project teams to purchase materials and subsidize travel costs for students so they can connect with underdeveloped communities and design engineering solutions.

Over the next few weeks, we will be crowdfunding to help fund our current projects to continue solving problems and putting our ideas to work!

Our current projects include a wastewater treatment project in Guatemala, a solar energy project in Uganda, and an irrigation and seed storage project in Nicaragua.

The Virginia Tech chapter of Engineers without Borders is a service organization that works to connect engineers with communities that need our help, all over the world.

Our mission is to partner with disadvantaged areas to improve their quality of life through the implementation of environmentally, equitably, and economically sustainable engineering projects while developing internationally responsible engineers and engineering students through education, encouragement, and experience.

We engage in international projects, local service projects, and community outreach.

All money donated will go to directly to our organization, helping us to fulfill our mission and live out Virginia Tech's motto Ut Prosim (That I May Serve)!  


Choose a giving level


One kW of Energy

A small donation of $10 can help the cover cost of one kilowatt of energy for a solar panel.


Water Testing Kit

A donation of $25 can help pay for a water testing kit for bacteria.


100 Feet of Wiring

A contribution of $50 can pay for 100 feet of wiring that connects solar panels to school buildings in Uganda.


Cubic Yard of Concrete

A generous donation of $100 is the amount is costs for a cubic yard of concrete for wastewater treatment in Guatemala.

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