Make STEM Great Again

100% of all donations go directly to GirlsWhoCode, an organization devoted to closing the gender gap in STEM fields. See their 2015 annual report here .


If you have enjoyed @DeepDrumpf's insights, antics, and commentary this election season, I ask you to join me in supporting a great cause and to have some fun with @DeepDrumpf in the final weeks leading up to Election Day.

The inspiration for @DeepDrumpf has unapologetically made embarrassing, unacceptable, and outright scary comments about women throughout his campaign, underscoring the importance of education and outreach efforts like the one this fundraiser supports. I invite you to read @DeepDrumpf's remarks below.

--Brad
DeepDrumpf's Creator and Campaign Manager


We don't win anymore. We're going to get rid of that disaster. We, every single American,
are going to pay to fix the numbers -- that's going to Make America Great again.

[We're going to make our coders] bigger and better and stronger than ever before, and nobody is going to mess with us, folks, nobody. The companies are already in our country, but the problem is that our education is a problem.

[We need to build] a nuclear firewall, and Russia will pay for it.

[It's time to put women in] their place -- [back into STEM ]. [We're going to be] more unified and I think we're going to be a much bigger party, and I think we're going to win in November. Believe me.

Together we're going to [#MakeComputerScienceGreatAgain] and get rid of regulation and the limits to the good-paying jobs.


--@DeepDrumpf


As a candidate heavily invested in Computer Science, @DeepDrumpf is strongly committed to STEM outreach.

All contributions to the DeepDrumpf 2016 Victory Fund will be donated to a vetted, high impact organization devoted to getting kids and young adults more involved in Computer Science. The costs + shipping expenses (U.S. only)
of physical goods in the various reward tiers are being covered personally by us, meaning your entire donation (after site fees) will be given directly to charity.

The U.S. Department of Labor projects that by 2020, there will be 1.4 million computer specialist job openings. Yet U.S. universities are expected produce only enough qualified graduates to fill 29% of these jobs.

Even if you are unable to make a monetary donation at this time, please get involved locally: more information is available at https://hourofcode.com/us/how-to

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If you or your organization have products/services to donate as additional reward tiers, please contact [email redacted]

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(N.B. GirlsWhoCode is not affiliated in any way with any political organization, @DeepDrumpf, or this fundraising campaign)

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