Our club depends on the generosity of companies and individuals in our community to provide the monetary funds and supplies we need to build our teams and teach children about science, technology, engineering, and math. We wholeheartedly and gratefully thank all our sponsors for their philanthropic donations.

Brenner-Fiedler is WHS Robotics’ longest term sustaining sponsor. Since we met Jim Kloman, the owner of Brenner-Fiedler at FRC Kick-off, Jim Kloman has donated his time, money, and moral support to our club consistently since 2002. He not only made himself available to WHS robotics, but has come to the school to teach classes in pneumatics.

Link to site: http://www.brenner-fiedler.com/



IEEE awarded WHS Robotics a grant to improve its 2013 summer RoboCamp and its four robotics teams in 2012. With the grant, we bought necessary robotics kits to expand LEGO and VEX camps.

Link to site: http://www.ieee.org/index.html

BP America

BP America annually awards $1,000,000 in grants to Southern California teachers, through their A+ for Energy program.  With a generous $10,000 grant from BP America in 2008-09, for her Greenhouse Project, WHS Robotics founder Sandra Bruesch was able to donate the materials that WHS Robotics students used to teach elementary students about renewable energy.

Link to site: http://www.bp.com/en_us/bp-us.html


Aloca provided sponsorship to our FTC team and paid for their Block Party! and Cascade Effect season registration. In the 2016-17, we received a $500 dollar grant.

Link to site: http://www.alcoa.com/usa/en/home.asp




PTC provided our FTC team with PTC’s CAD software, Creo, which our team used for their robots’ CADs. They also gave them a $500 grant for the Cascade Effect season.

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Boeing provides help to many teams through mentorships and scholarships. In our 2016-2017 & 2017-2018 season, Boeing provided us with a $725 grant, and this year, our registration expenses were covered by Boeing

Best Buy

In 2016-17, Best Buy graciously provided us with a $5000 grant.

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