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Donations to the Dreadbots are tax-deductible. 

Our Sponsors

Diamond Sponsors ($5,000 and above)

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Platinum Sponsors ($2,000 to $4,999)

Ford logo Michigan department of education logo Lions logo

Gold Sponsors ($1,000 to $1,999)

Chelsea Dexter Dental Group Logo

Silver Sponsors ($500 to $999)

A & W logo Mugg&Bopps Logo

How to Become a Sponsor

We accept both monetary and materials donations.

Donations to the Dreadbots are tax-deductible. 

We acknowledge our sponsors’ donations by the calendar year. Donations received January 1st through December 31st will receive the sponsor benefits for the next robotics season. For example, donations made in January 2023 will not appear on T-shirts, robot, etc. until the following robotics season in 2024. Whereas, donations made in December 2022, will get sponsor benefits in the 2023 season.

To give a monetary donation via check please use this address:

DHS Robotics – Dreadbots
8252 Bridgeway Drive
Dexter, MI 48130

Checks should be made payable to DHS Robotics – Dreadbots

To give a materials donations, please send an email to [email protected].

Sponsorship Levels and Benefits

Diamond $5,000+
  • Reception with the team
  • Plus items below
Platinum $2,000-$4,999
  • Your company is listed at competitions
  • Plus items below 
Gold $1,000-$1,999
  • Your logo is placed on our robot
  • Your logo is placed on our T-shirts (the size of your logo is proportional to the amount given)
  • Plus items below
Silver $500-$999
  • Your logo with a link to your business website are placed on our website (ordered according to the amount given)
  • Your company’s logo is placed on our pit banner (the size of your logo is proportional to the amount given)
  • A team photo
  • Plus items below
Bronze  $250-$499
  • Your company’s name is placed on our pit banner 
  • Plus items below
Supporter $25-249
  • You receive a letter of appreciation

Why You Should Become a Sponsor

When you become a sponsor of our FIRST robotics team you get so much more than your logo on our website, robot and team shirts. You are helping students learn engineering, team building, business, and leadership skills.

[We] feel strongly that every student should have strong STEAM skills. Unfortunately, “making” is a lot less common in schools than in decades past, and many students don’t have an opportunity to learn the tools, materials, and techniques that we feel can be an enormous asset wherever their future studies and jobs take them. If you have not watched the videos or visited a competition (and especially the pits) in person, you may not appreciate what amazing work these students are doing. These are hundred pound robots with often very sophisticated functions. If a wire is too thin, or a cross-piece not stiff enough, the robot won’t work—it’s a very real challenge. There’s a reason why the best employers and universities love seeing a FIRST experience on a resume—these are students that not only have worked together as a team to create a functional robot optimized for the task at hand, but have done so with professional values, good engineering, a concern for safety, and good sportsmanship. These are students that you’ll want to hire in a few years.”

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