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Giving Tuesday 2021: The Power of One Gift

Giving Tuesday is a global daylong celebration designed for giving back to your community. This year, Giving Tuesday is Nov. 30.

As a nonprofit science and space exploration learning center, Space Center Houston is committed to giving back to the community every day. We invite you to participate in the Giving Tuesday with us.

Donate today

Your donation – large or small – supports the extraordinary learning opportunities that Space Center Houston makes available to students who would not otherwise have access to authentic science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education experiences.

Every dollar, from $5 to $5,000, fuels our drive to engage, inspire and educate.

Learn about all the ways you can support our mission here! Join us in giving back and making our community a better place.

Donate today

Your donations help us inspire students and educators from under-resourced communities through the wonders of space exploration. Every dollar, from $5 to $5,000, fuels our drive to engage, inspire and educate.

Explore some of the programs and experiences we were able to offer in 2021 thanks to generous donations.

  • Space Center Houston debuted its digital resources initiative to support educators and students as they navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic .Through the initiative, our team of expert educators used its largely unrestricted access to NASA learning resources to create free electronic assets that illustrate STEM concepts using the science behind space exploration.
  • Our education and evaluation teams collaborated to deploy a comprehensive needs assessment to educators across the nation and analyze feedback to determine current resource needs and how to best support them throughout the remainder of the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Presented our 27th annual Space Explorers Educators Conference (SEEC) featuring industry-leading education and aerospace industry experts 100 percent virtually to 1,058 formal and informal educators from 27 countries and 46 states;
  • 279 educators received full tuition scholarships to attend SEEC and access virtual programming for one-year, which was triple the number awarded over previous year
  • Provided 16 Title I schools, 42 teachers and 2,711 K-12 students with opportunities to participate in Innovation in Schools presented by Chevron during the spring 2021 school semester
  • Supported the participation of 1,042 elementary, middle and high school girls in Girls STEM Pathway, presented by Boeing during the spring and fall school semesters
  • Created and hosted a variety of electronic STEM-based resources for students, educators and families to enjoy virtually including in-depth videos of special NASA artifacts, behinds-the-scenes tours of NASA facilities and ready-to-implement activities to do in classrooms or at home
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