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This Giving Tuesday, bring the power of your generosity to science learning in the St. Louis community.
Giving Tuesday is a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world. For this Giving Tuesday, we invite you to bring the power of your generosity to STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) education in the St. Louis community.
Our world is headed full STEAM to the future. Today, science touches nearly every aspect of our lives—from healthcare and medicine to the technology keeping us connected with one another and even the food on our table—and its impact will only increase.
The Science Center makes connections to STEAM accessible for everyone in our community and our region to explore. Access to quality science education experiences sparks curiosity, helps us better understand our world and empowers today’s young minds to become tomorrow’s researchers, coders, innovators, engineers and more.
Make a gift to the Science Center in support of open, accessible science galleries, education programs and our daily operation.
From $25 to help cover the cost of a free STEAM Performance at Energy Stage to $100, $1,000, $10,000 or more to continue delivering innovative and immersive science learning programs and updates to our public galleries, your gift for Giving Tuesday helps support science learning in the St. Louis community.
Whether it’s exploring how our food is produced in the GROW Gallery, becoming scientists for a day in the Life Science Lab, learning from a real-life scientist or STEAM professional at SciFest or First Friday, or discovering the potential of STEAM through our Esports Program, these unique experiences are powered by the generosity of people like you.
Gifts also help support our nationally recognized Youth Exploring Science (YES) Program. For more than 22 years YES has provided a path to the opportunities of STEAM for local teens.
YES Teens explore aerospace, agriscience, engineering, cybersecurity and more to gain STEAM skills for the jobs and opportunities of today’s STEAM-skilled workforce. YES Teens—many from traditionally underserved communities—also help spark our community’s interest in STEAM with outreach programs at the Science Center, through community partner organizations and at pop-up science events.
A gift to the YES Program helps continue its important and impactful legacy of helping over 90% of graduates attend college or pursue a career in the military, with many finding success in STEAM fields vital for the 21st century workforce.
Show your support for STEAM education this Giving Tuesday. Our mission to ignite and sustain lifelong science and technology learning is powered by the generosity of science supporters like you.