Our physical space is located in Old Fire Station #4  on Holcomb Bridge Road. Though the station is still owned by the City of Roswell, Roswell FireLabs is responsible for turning the building into a community makerspace, and covering all operating costs including utilities and security. The heart of the project, the leadership team, as well as many members of the community, have worked hard to develop and build out the old fire station into multiple workspaces for many different types of maker projects, STEAM education, and community-oriented curriculum. This transformation has been made possible completely by donations from the community thus far.

We are currently seeking support in making this space the best that it can be. Your support will help us not only encourage lifelong learners, but impact the next generation of makers in our community. We are currently looking for donations of consumables, as well as monetary or equipment donations to furnish the space with tools that will help us build an even stronger STEAM curriculum.

Sponsorships with Roswell FireLabs

Like other makerspaces across the nation, Roswell FireLabs serves to:

  • Develop personal and professional interests in emerging STEAM applications as well as traditional arts and crafts movements
  • Improve a user’s existing knowledge-base, talents and skills by learning from more experienced peers as well as having access to equipment that is unavailable to the general public or small business
  • Refine instructional skills through peer education whether delivered onsite in a classroom setting or virtually
  • Instill a growth mindset in members as they develop confidence, experience success and failure, and celebrate the process of learning by doing
  • Build a community of like-minded peers who enjoying the process of making and socializing in an open and welcoming setting

Roswell FireLabs needs a core group of Sponsors – people and organizations with a vested interest in the fields of technology, film and audio production, construction and trades, textile arts, woodworking, electronics, and more.


Sponsors understand that their employees, customers and business partners would all benefit from a thriving makerspace in Roswell.  Whether you are a retail store who serves hobbyists, a wholesaler dedicated to professional makers or a realtor making a sales pitch to buyers, Roswell FireLabs knows your customers. From corporate giants to sole proprietorships, your current and future employees are our members. Our Mission is to provide a place for all makers to learn from each other, work with each other, and strengthen our community.

Sounds good, right? So then what does a Sponsor actually do?

  • Sponsors provide monetary or in-kind donations that allow Roswell Firelabs to reach operational capacity in the most efficient manner possible. See below for sponsorship levels or contact info@roswellfirelabs.org for a list of equipment and tool needs

  • Sponsors share information about Roswell Firelabs with their customers, employees and business partners.

  • Sponsors collaborate with Roswell Firelabs on educational and outreach events as well as training sessions.

In return, all Sponsors receive:

  • Acknowledgement at the Roswell Firelabs facility and in media communications

  • Tax-deductible donations as permitted by law

  • Name or Logo placement on Permanent donor plaques in the makerspace

  • Recognition across Roswell Firelabs social media presence

  • And more listed in the table below!


Tier 1

Tier 2

Tier 3

Tier 4

Tier 5

Tier 6

Monetary Donation Level







Roswell FireLabs T-shirts




Event passes







Logo & link placed on website

Logo placed in workshop



Logo placed in every room of facility




Sponsor banner placed in facility


3’ x 5’


Special event promotions

Makerspace workshop for company

2 hr

4 hr

8 hr

Table or booth space during special events

6’ table

10’x10’ booth

10’x20’ booth

Naming privilege to a facility work area

In-Kind Tool, Machine or Equipment Sponsor

Want to build your brand by giving makers an opportunity to work with your unique piece of equipment in the Roswell FireLabs makerspace? If you donate a tool or machine, we will recognize your brand in the following ways:

  • Workshops developed around your equipment, and presented to members and community

  • Donors may offer demonstrations of equipment, or company training within the lab

  • Sign permanently placed at the equipment acknowledging the donor

  • Company Logo on sponsor banner in the related workspace for depending on size/ type of donation

  • Highlighting and linking to your brand, or tool in social media posts

  • Company Logo and Link on Website

Roswell FireLabs
1601 Holcomb Bridge Rd

Roswell, GA 30076

Roswell FireLabs is managed by Atlanta Maker Alliance, Inc., a local 501(c)3 non-profit organization. All donations should be made out to Atlanta Maker Alliance.

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