To make a donation, please visit Children’s online donation form and direct your contribution to the Science Adventure Lab.
Seattle Children’s Science Adventure Lab would not exist without the generous and visionary support of our sponsors.
We thank them for helping us enhance science and health education in schools and communities throughout Washington. And we continue to seek additional support to reach more students and enhance science and health education across the state, particularly at under-resourced schools.
The Science Adventure Lab program offers special appreciation to our founding sponsor, Purchase a Miracle.
| ||The Science Adventure Lab is made possible by Science Education Partnership Award (SEPA) funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). NIH...Turning Discovery into Health |
| ||The Gary E. Milgard Family Foundation|
| ||The SOVREN Guild|
| ||Alaska Airlines Foundation|
| ||The Science Adventure Lab program is also funded in part by a grant from the U.S. Department of Education.|
What Is Your Passion?
Do you have a passion for exposing students to authentic lab experiences and helping to inspire the next generation of leaders in science and healthcare? Are you interested in learning more about how you can support the Science Adventure Lab?
Please call Brenda Majercin at 206-987-4979 for information about how to support the program by helping to provide needed items, including:
Mobile lab supplies and materials
Support the costs of mobile lab supplies and materials that need to be re-stocked after each school visit. Examples include supplies for microscopy and reagents for DNA isolation, gel electrophoresis and enzymes for DNA fingerprinting. To keep our students safe while on board the Science Adventure Lab, we’ll need safety glasses, lab coats and gloves.
Specialized lab equipment
Support the costs of specialized lab equipment critical to create an authentic and compelling learning environment. Add your name to a permanent plaque on the technical equipment like microscopes, electrophoresis tanks, power supplies and centrifuges. Other examples include digital micropipettes, vortex mixers and heat blocks.
Sponsorship of visits/curriculum development
Offset some of the costs to enable the Science Adventure Lab to reach more children from underserved schools throughout Washington, particularly those in low-income neighborhoods. Gifts could support instructor time in aligning curriculum with classroom teachers, instruction aboard the mobile lab and certain administrative costs such as maintenance of the Science Adventure Lab. Gifts could also be directed toward curriculum development of upcoming child health topics, including genetics, oral health and infectious diseases.