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Twelve Pi’s of Christmas R-Pi charity auction

Posted on Tuesday, December 25th, 2012 in Holiday, News, R-Pi by the machinegeek

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The Raspberry Pi crew is in the midst of a charity auction event dubbed the Twelve Pi’s of Christmas. The R-Pi crew explains:

Last year, we auctioned the very first Raspberry Pi Model Bs to come off the line to raise money for the Raspberry Pi Foundation. We’re doing the same this year, but instead of raising money for Raspberry Pi, we have selected (and asked some of our closest partner organisations to select) twelve other charities to benefit from the funds raised. Each of the trustees has also chosen a charity – you’ll get to find out what those were as the auctions progress.

You can view the growing list of Pi’s up for auction and the related charities on EBay.

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