Two years ago, on March 1, 2020, my sister’s robotics team from Franklin High School qualified to attend the Worlds Championship in Houston, Texas. On March 14th, the country shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the team's dream to participate in the championship came to a sudden halt. But the team's resilience and commitment to keep the dream alive never stopped. This past weekend, the team's hard work paid off once again as they earned a bid to compete in this year's Worlds Championship. This achievement was made possible with the support of the school, staff, parents, and sponsors, such as NASA and Boeing. Unfortunately, going to the Worlds Championship requires significant financial support, and the NASA and Boeing grant has been used for the qualifying competition. We ask for your help by donating to help cover all related expenses as the team travels to Houston, Texas. Your donation will help cover registration, which is $5,000, airfare, and lodging, for a total of $20,000. So far, the school has helped secure $10,000, but we still need your support to meet our goal. Thank you in advance for your support!