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Thanks to the support of generous corporations, foundations, and other organizations who believe in the importance of promoting the understanding and appreciation of science and the vital role it plays in human advancement, SSP has brought the world of science directly to our global community for nearly a century.
We welcome consideration by organizations of support for our educational programs and publications, including the following opportunities in 2013:
Science News for Kids (SNK) is an award-winning website written for children ages 9–14, their educators and their parents. Reaching millions of visitors each year, SNK provides an important, widely used and credible science resource for students and educators. It brings science and science news into the classroom, after-school programming, and out of school activities. Sponsors in 2013 will help deepen coverage and build more resources to support STEM education, better connecting real-world news and the achievements of working scientists to students and academic curricula. Title sponsorship of Science News for Kids is available in 2013.
Participation in the Special Awards Program of the Intel® International Science and Engineering Fair® offers a unique opportunity for organizations to support and encourage achievements by young people in science, math, and engineering. Other sponsorship and exhibit opportunities may also be available.
The Society, the nonprofit publisher of Science News, welcomes inquiries from foundations, corporations, and other donors interested in providing operating and programmatic support for the award-winning magazine published online and in print and reaching over 10 million people annually.
The Society also encourages and welcomes general support of its activities by companies, foundations and other organizations. SSP and its programs and publications have benefited greatly from grants and donations for general operating support, through employee and workplace giving programs, and via challenge grants. General operating support in 2013 will help enable the Society to:
Please contact Rick Bates, SSP Chief Advancement Officer, about these specific opportunities or for more information on how your organization might support the Society's work.
SSP Financial Snapshot
91% of SSP's expenditures are allocated to program activity.
Source: 2010 IRS Form 990.
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