Trek Missions

  • Trek Against ALS
    This is Margot. Margot is part of the STAR TREK family, having worked with Jeri Ryan as her stand-in on the last two seasons of STAR TREK: PICARD. Margot was recently diagnosed with Bulbar Onset ALS, a rapidly advancing form of ALS. In a matter of weeks, she went from living a normal life to having serious difficulty using her hands, speaking, and swallowing. Note: this needs more funding.

    Last Updated:

    August 10, 2023

  • Save the Riker’s Beard Shuttle Fund
    Over the years, James and the Riker’s Beard team have been building Star Trek sets and props. The team transports them around the UK to events, for free, to help raise money for charity. Over the years, they have helped to raise a significant amount of money. There have, also, been plans to expand the sets they possess to include a Voyager bridge. This work is done without any financial return and often at their own expense. Recent adverse weather has led to the newest build, a shuttlecraft, being damaged by strong winds and rain. The shuttlecraft requires significant repairs and a new storage unit. Note: this project still needs funding.

    Last Updated:

    August 10, 2023

  • Boston Museum of Science Donations for Live Long and Prosper Statue
    The Museum of Science has a long history with Leonard Nimoy, the actor and director known the world over for his iconic role as the half-human, half Vulcan Mister Spock in the legendary Star Trek series and films. In partnership with the Nimoy family and local sculptor David Phillips, we are raising funds to create a new Leonard Nimoy Memorial sculpture at Science Park.

    Last Updated:

    August 10, 2023

  • The Klingons of Timmins (KAG), Ontario, Granted Approval to Construct a Klingon Bird of Prey in Vulcan, Alberta
    Approval from the City of Vulcan, Alberta, to build a Klingon bird of prey; the Klingon flag was flown at city hall.

    Last Updated:

    January 14, 2019

  • Holodeck Consoles in the Park - North Hollywood, CA
    North Hollywood Park holodeck consoles are an LCARS layout of holodeck controls using vinyl stickers adhered to metal pylons. There are two sets of pylons in the park with these stickers. The original controls were amazing and gave the impression that the park was created by the holodeck. Since then, the stickers have become weathered, torn, and covered with graffiti. The old remnants need to be removed and replaced with a new set of controls. We need someone to repair the consoles; will you volunteer??

    Last Updated:

    September 19, 2021

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