Welcome to Bellingham Makerspace!


Bellingham Makerspace is working closely with Whatcom Unified Command and has established a safe drop off location and procedures that ensure social distancing, sorting of items, and proper sanitization of items BEFORE they are delivered in an orderly and scheduled manner to the facilities in need. If you are wanting to donate alternative personal protective equipment, please deliver it directly to the Bellingham Makerspace directly (please see contact methods and location on our Contact page).

Other resources for how you can help from home, including making medical masks and other protective equipment, or if you have a request for protective masks, these can be found on our Forms and Documents page

This cannot be stressed enough, DO NOT deliver items to  hospitals, clinics, or Whatcom Unified Command yourself!!

Like many businesses Bellingham Makerspace is suspending normal operations during Covid-19 crisis.  Access to the tools and space is on an as needed basis or by appointment only.  Contact manager@bellinghammakerspace.org for details.

We will make an announcement about offering classes and opening back to the general public as soon as we can.

If you would like to volunteer to help during the crisis, fill out the COVID Volunteer Application or contact us at manager@bellinghammakerspace.org

Learn. Build. Share. Give.

The Bellingham Makerspace is a volunteer run non-profit with a big heart for connecting the Bellingham community and beyond. We provide access to creative tools, trades, and education for Makers from all walks of life.

New Location Update

We have officially moved to our new location in the Bellis Fair Mall in unit 618 next to adjacent to Dick’s Sporting Goods. We have been working hard to get our new location built out and set up so we could hold our grand re-opening and welcome everyone back as soon as possible.

With the Makerspace, you can learn how to use every tool we have through our classes. These will teach you the skills you need to build your own projects, like the ones you see on our social media. Share your projects with other Makers, working on community projects like our Garden Sphere or teaching classes. You can then give back to the Makerspace with donations, including your membership!


The Makerspace is a 501-C(3) Non-profit, volunteer run organization. If you would like to donate to the Makerspace for our end-of-the-year fund raiser, you can help us reach our goals to expand our programming and move to a new location. Donate through PayPal Giving Fund.

We will also be announcing a grand reopening to the public once the quarantine is lifted and we can open safely to the public again!