Help us build a robot!

We're raising money for the First Robotics Team 3925 Circuit of Life fundraiser led by Michael Staitman.


18% of $25,000 total goal




This fundraiser concluded on Wednesday, March 8, 2017


Circuit of Life robotics is a competitive robotics team and 10 credit course in the Ventura Unified School District. Open to students from all the high-schools in the district, the team provides hands on education in mechanical and electrical engineering, programming, design, and leadership. Circuit of Life robotics has made it to world championships 2 times in the past 5 years.

What I'm Raising Money For

A competitive robotics team is an expensive endeavor and we need your help. All money raised goes utilized for robot parts and supplies and building the robot. Money is also used to pay for competition entrance fees and travel costs for students and mentors. The Team is responsible to raise all of the money needed for the program.

Why You Should Give

Team 3925 is solely funded by donations. This team not only provides a critical capstone class for the school district, but also gives students real world experience in the creative thought process for engineering and troubleshooting.

Activity & Updates

Michael Sessa gave $10.00

I love robotics and helping the kids

Mark Terryberry gave $10.00

Create something cool!

Penny Stephenson gave $50.00

Alex Staitman is part of our family. I wish him luck!

Scott Coventry gave $25.00

Worthy Cause

Pat and Kristina Ariniello gave $200.00

Robot - a Czech creation

Ty and Stephanie Gardner gave $100.00

We are excited about the opportunities this will open up for the kids. Also, robots are cool!

Anonymous gave $100.00

I know how much they all enjoy robotics.

Aura Leaver gave $50.00

Investing in his future, love Meemaw!

Anonymous gave $100.00

This is a great opportunity and learning experience for the kids. And it's fun.

Anonymous gave $25.00

Support STEM

Samir and Pooja Bavkar gave $100.00

Support the ultimate Sport for the Mind.

David Sell gave $100.00

See you at the Ventura Regionals!

Ken Foulks gave $100.00

Shawn and Ann Paul gave $50.00

Chris Denchfield gave $100.00

This is for Nicholas and Marcus to have a great experience!

Sharon Goldberg gave $200.00

What an exciting endeavor!

Nicholas and Marcus Burdick gave $1,000.00

Supporting our grandsons and wishing them well in the competition.

Anonymous gave $50.00

for Nicholas and Marcus Burdick - have fun learn lots!!! step grandma Karen

Van Hyning gave $20.00

Claudia Redwitz gave $200.00

to Alex - have fun! Great-Aunt Claudia

Cheldin Laboratories gave $200.00

Guilt aversion

Rush gave $20.00

Eric Gardner gave $50.00

Allen gave $25.00

This program teaches creativity and critical thinking. A sport for the mind! Good luck this year.

Matt Mayta gave $50.00

Lauri Vreeland gave $200.00

This program is preparing our students for the future.

Nicholas Burdick gave $50.00

Good luck, Nicholas! I wish the team all the best!

Dan & Rachel Chepley gave $100.00

Hudson Hurley gave $150.00

The Stamakinley Family gave $50.00

Best of luck! Robotics are super cool!

Brian P Rickard gave $50.00

Go Robot's!

Anonymous gave $50.00

Wishing the Team much success!

Michael Teitel gave $100.00

3925 reasons to win.

Mike Trivich gave $50.00

To promote robotics in STEM careers

Lynette Kuchta gave $25.00

Great program for our youth

Marilyn Chepley gave $100.00

John Brant gave $500.00

I have been a mentor last year and the team does a fantastic job of working together to attain the goal!!

Anonymous gave $20.00

al and karen wintringham ventura toyota gave $50.00

Gabriel Bacon gave $100.00

Supporting VHS Robotics Team

Jim & Diane Martin gave $50.00

To support the robotics team.

Van Mannekes Family gave $100.00

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