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Inspire, Enable, Propel

Your Gifts At Work

Your generosity helped us inspire and engage thousands of students, teachers, residents and tourists by supporting:


Do you believe that space is important ... that innovation is essential to our country? 

  • Support the Space Foundation Discovery Center where people can learn about space, science and discovery
  • Provide a scholarship so that a teacher - or more than one - can participate in a Space Across the Curriculum course, providing tools to motivate students to develop STEM skills and, perhaps, to grow up to become a scientist, mathematician, engineer, teacher - or even an astronaut
  • Provide hands-on after-school and in-school STEM-focused student enrichment programs
  • Give low-income kids the opportunity to participate in AGI Space Missions Simulator courses, where they'll learn STEM principles while using te same systems space professionals use
  • Introduce students to robotics at our Mars Yard Robotics Lab or through school robotics clubs
  • Bring communities, families, students and schools together through New Horizons programs
  • Provide materials for hands-on technology teaching - even robotics kits - for classroom, schools or libraries

Inspire, Enable and Propel

Since 1983, the non-profit Space Foundation has been the champion of the space industry, providing a non-biased viewpoint and thorough, credible research and analysis; building science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) skills; increasing awareness of the benefits space brings to life on Earth; supporting the economically vital space industry; and helping aspiring young professionals achieve their dreams.  

The Space Foundation is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that depends on philanthropy to continue our important mission to advance space-related endeavors to inspire, enable and propel humanity.


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