The Danbury Hackerspace is a non-profit corporation founded by Jon Gatrell and Mike Kaltschnee in 2012. We were granted 501c3 status by the IRS in 2014.
The City of Danbury has generously provided the Danbury Innovation Center at 158 Main Street (attached to the Danbury Library) for the Danbury Hackerspace.
The Danbury Hackerspace is a makerspace with 3D printers, prototyping tools, a mockup studio, a common work area, program space, & coworking space.
Also in the Innovation Center is the Danbury Western CT Score office, & K’s Cafe. Nelson Merchan from the Danbury Small Business Development Center also works out of the Danbury Hackerspace when he’s not at the Danbury Chamber.
The board of directors consists of Bruce Tuomala (Managing Director of Sisu Group), Dan Bertram (BRT), Lambert Shell (Director of the Danbury Library), Chris Furey from Virtual Density, Jon Gatrell & Mike Kaltschnee (email@example.com).
Danbury Hackerspace legal advice provided by Tony Corleto from Wilson Elser.
For more information contact the Danbury Hackerspace by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call 203-493-HACK (4225).