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Donations

UnLondon is always exceptionally grateful to receive donations or loans for use by UnLondon and/or in the UnLab. Through the generosity, care, and contributions of our members UnLondon is able to provide the a wide and growing range of tools and opportunities to anyone who has an idea for something cool.

If you wish to donate or loan any items to Unlondon and the Unlab, please review the following guidelines:

Personal Donations


Personal donations form the basis of equipment found within the UnLab. We will always welcome individuals with items to donate and encourage the sharing of resources between groups.

In addition to donations we also accept loans. If you have an item that you would like to offer to the other members to use, but may want to reclaim later on, you can designate it as a loan.

Corporate Donations


We welcome large (or small) donations for business or corporations. If your company would like to donate to the UnLab we first ask that you contact us at donations@unlondon.ca so we can coordinate a time for drop off.

Items that are donated to the UnLab become the property of the members. This means that all use and retention of items is at the discretion of members. 

In order  to facilitate hacks and with an awareness of space the following “rules” have been proposed:
  1. Any items that have not been identified as “hackable” after three months will be removed.
  2. At any point before that an item can tagged with a hack and even if it hasn’t began that items will be saved.
  3. All donations will be reviewed on a regular basis to ensure that they continue to fit the mandate of the UnLab and UnLondon.


Please be aware that not all prosepctive donations are ‘hackable’ and that as UnLab space is at a premium, UnLondon and the UnLab reserves the right to refuse any donation. In such cases UnLondon will suggest the most appropriate alternatives for the item(s), including identifying other organizations for which the item(s) are better suited, or suggesting a destination for ecologically-correct disposal.
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