The Space Foundation Headquarters and Discovery Center will be closed on Monday, February 19, in observance of Presidents Day.
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Space connects us. From the stars we all share, to the technology that brings us closer, space is the common thread. Join us in investing in space–sharing knowledge of its importance, furthering the impact, and inspiring a better tomorrow through our new monthly giving program, the Constellation Club. For just $10 a month or more, you can be a part of an ongoing collective impact that will drive our vision to inspire, educate, connect, and advocate on behalf of the global space community. Wherever your passion might lie, partner with the Space Foundation and join forces to bring about real change. PICK YOUR PASSION. MAKE AN IMPACT. DONATE TODAY! »
Support the Space Foundation universal fund, supporting the world’s premiere organization to inspire, educate, connet, and advocate on behalf of the global space community. Contributions to this fund gives the Space Foundation flexibility to cover what is needed most. This includes support of all of what we do, also covering building maintenance and team resource coverage as needed. READ MORE ABOUT WHAT WE DO »
Consider supporting the Space Foundation Discovery Center, the region's first and only dedicated space, science and technology center and museum. It is an interactive, education-focused destination that advances science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics (STEAM) in the exciting context of space exploration, development and utilization. The Space Foundation supports a variety of education programs locally via field trips, beyond via Space In the Community and much more. READ MORE ABOUT OUR EDUCATION PROGRAMS »
The Space Foundation's New Generation Initiatives program was founded in 2008 as a forum to foster meaningful, long-term peer relationships between space professionals aged 35 and younger, and to provide access to top space leaders and opportunities for individual career development and mentorship. Help support New Generation Initiatives space leaders to learn about the space business and advance their careers. READ MORE ABOUT NEW GEN INITIATIVES »
We participate in the United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space, present at international conferences, host delegations and speakers, frequently interact on Embassy Row in Washington, D.C., partner with international organizations and educational institutions, support global corporate members and ensur a significant global presence on the agenda and among the attendees of the annual Space Symposium. Support us in our effort to bring the world together as we look to the stars. READ MORE ABOUT INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS »
By our charter, we are not a lobbying organization, but our status permits our resources to be used to educate decision-makers and their staffs. Through appropriate relationships with key administration and congressional officials and staff, we provide educational information and testimony in support of civil, commercial and national security space policies. These efforts are managed from our office in Washington, D.C. Help the Space Foundation serve as a trusted source of information and data for our national leaders making decisions on space endeavors. READ MORE ABOUT GOVERNMENT AND POLICY »
With your support of diverse and comprehensive educational programs, space awareness activities and major industry events, the Space Foundation is a champion for the global space community. THE SPACE FOUNDATION
Corporate Giving members team up with the Space Foundation to spark creativity, encourage innovation, foster curiosity and celebrate the wonders of discovery among tomorrow's leaders. Corporate philanthropy builds your reputation and invests in our community. It adds value to your brand, communicates your values and promote good corporate citizenship. READ MORE »
Leave a Legacy: Planned Giving
You can have a lasting and profound impact by naming the Space Foundation as a beneficiary in your will. You can also name us as a beneficiary in your charitable lead trust, in a charitable remainder trust or by making gifts of life insurance, real estate or retirement plan assets. Email us to learn more, or call 719.576.8000.
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Space Foundation Swigert Society
The Swigert Society was created in remembrance of Apollo 13’s extraordinary mission and crew, and to connect people as passionate about space as Jack Swigert and our founders. Join us at the giving level of $1,300 or more annually and help inspire future generations to seek challenge, explore the unexplored, and gain greater understanding of our universe. READ MORE »
Support Our STEM Programs Through CFC Giving
CFC is the payroll deduction-based workplace giving program for employees of the U.S. federal government, and is the largest workplace giving program in the United States. Through CFC, federal employees donate millions of dollars each year to nonprofit organizations that they select, such as the Space Foundation. And you may select the Space Foundation on your campaign pledge card, no matter where you live. To help inspire the next generation of scientists, engineers and technology professionals, enter Space Foundation's CFC code, 71807, on your campaign pledge card. READ MORE »
Enterprise Zone - Tax Credits for Colorado State Income Tax
The Space Foundation is an El Paso County (Colo.) Enterprise Zone project. Your gift is eligible for state tax credits if you are a resident of Colorado. Cash donations of $250 - $100,000 are eligible for a 25 percent Colorado state tax credit. In-kind (tangible items including stocks) donations up to $50,000 are eligible for a 12.5 percent Colorado state tax credit. For more information, visit www.colorado.gov/revenue/tax. For information on donations or for more information about Enterprise Zone tax credits, email the Space Foundation Philanthropy Office or call +1.719.576.8000 or +1.800.691.4000 and ask for Kelly Shelton, Manager - Philanthropy. READ MORE »
ColoradoGives.org is a year-round, online giving website featuring over 2,000 Colorado nonprofit organizations. Made possible by Community First Foundation since 2007, ColoradoGives.org encourages charitable giving by providing comprehensive, objective and up-to-date information about Colorado nonprofits and an easy way to support them online. Community First Foundation screens each nonprofit that applies to join the site to ensure they meet specific standards. However, each nonprofit is responsible for the content on their profile page. READ MORE »
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We couldn’t do the work we do without the generous and tireless support of volunteers. We offer volunteer opportunities at Space Foundation headquarters, our Washington, D.C. office or at the annual Space Symposium.