Represent: Order Your #GGC18 Fundraiser Tee Now!

Your passes are ready, the hotel is booked, and your costumes are coordinated. With the convention just under two weeks away, you might be wondering what else you can do to prepare for #GGC18.

Well, last night we launched our third annual fundraiser tee! Represent like a geek, and support your favorite convention!

Available in both straight cut and fitted sizing, all tees are 25$! Our goal is to sell 50, and the fundraiser will be running over the next 14 days (until October 28th). The tees will be sent directly to you after the fundraiser concludes.

Get ready to represent, and we’ll see you at GeekGirlCon 2018!


Update as of October 18: Due to a miscommunication with CustomInk, some extended sizing of the fundraiser shirts cost an additional $2.50 – $6.50. If you have purchased a shirt 2XL or larger, you will be automatically reimbursed for the additional cost.


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Special Edition T-Shirt Now Available


Art by Ten Hundred.

The Millennium Falcon? A microscope, florence flask, and a broadsword? Someone wearing a cat-robot suit? Have you ever seen a t-shirt packed with so much awesome, that you almost doubted the mere existence of such a thing? I’m excited to share that we have that shirt, and it’s everything you’ve dreamt of.

Last week, we launched our first ever fundraising tee. The fabulously nerdy shirt features art by local Seattle artist and designer Ten Hundred (Peter Robinson). All proceeds will go towards helping us host a great convention, which is barely one month away. You can purchase the shirt in both straight cut and fitted sizes online right now.


Unisex version of the shirt, available on

These shirts are exclusive and limited edition. Once they sell out, they’ll be gone! The fundraiser ends in approximately 17 days as of this posting, so make sure to grab yours soon.

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The 2016 DIY Science Zone Fundraiser

It’s that time of the year again. We’re less than two months away from October, which means that we’re less than two months away from GeekGirlCon 2016. But do you know what that also means? We’re ready to launch our Fundraiser for the DIY Science Zone!

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DIY Science Zone Fundraiser

We've got science!
Photo source: Laodamaren Tumblr

Last year, we introduced the DIY Science Zone to bring real-live science to con attendees young and old, and we need your help bringing it back at GeekGirlCon ‘14!

What is the DIY Science Zone?

The zone is a hands-on, weekend-long extravaganza that makes science accessible to everyone, whether or not they have their own lab goggles at home. It’s open to all ages, and all levels of experience–and all equipment is provided.

At GeekGirlCon ‘13, more than 350 people participated in experiments ranging from making their own neurons, to crime-scene fingerprinting, to dancing raisins.

This year we’ll mix it up a bit with invisible ink, DNA extraction, dice roll science, slime-making, Cartesian drivers, making light, laser rules, pocket solar systems, and many more!

Last year's DIY Science Zone
Photo source: GeekGirlCon flickr

Who’s involved?

Once again, we’ll have a line-up of science professionals from a range of different disciplines, many of them returning from last year:

  • Danielle Lee @DNLee5  – biology and mammalogy
  • Bethany Brookshire @Scicurious – neuroscience, mental health, physiology, pharmacology

  • Torrey Stenmark @tereshkova2001 – chemistry, anthropology, outreach

  • Matthew Francis @DrMRFrancis – physics, astronomy, cosmology, and gravitation

  • @Chemjobber – chemistry, chemical manufacturing

  • @_adverbia – general biology, anatomy and physiology, and animal diversity

  • Nicole Gugliucci @NoisyAstronomer – astronomy, radio astronomy, specifically low frequency radio astronomy instrumentation, CosmoQuest, education

  • Stephen Granade @Sargent – physics, lasers, quantum mechanics, robot airplanes, and sensors, Dragon Con Science Track Manager

  • Melanie Mallon @melmall – science communication, CONvergence and Skepchickcon staffer

  • Raychelle Burks @DrRubidium – chemist and GeekGirlCon volunteer staff

  • And of course, YOU!


Where do the funds go?

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In order to make this drop-in science fun once again available to everyone, we need to raise $6000 to provide travel support for our science superstars to get to the con, as well as for equipment, materials, and prizes.

As if the knowledge that you’re donating to a great cause is not enough, our zone workers will be performing “Acts of Whimsy” at fundraising milestones:

  • At $500, Raychelle will run the CASA Donut Dash dressed as Wonder Woman, and Chemjobber will do a dramatic reading of a scientific paper.

  • At $1000, Bethany will run the Boston half-marathon dressed as Batwoman.

  • More Acts of Whimsy to be revealed as our fundraiser progresses!

Do your part to help make this happen by donating to GeekGirlCon via PayPal!

By GeekGirlCon Copywriter Winter Downs

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