Millions of underprivileged children in the U.S. from financially strained families lack the support and opportunities to succeed in school.
We are on a mission to change that. Across the country, we work tirelessly to help them become the next generation of thinkers, believers, and doers.
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We believe that every child deserves a good education. Across the US, we work tirelessly to help children in underserved communities achieve more and realize their full potential. We help underfunded schools get materials, promote STEM and humanities education among students, and strive to prepare the next generation of thinkers, doers, and believers for academic success and excellence.
January 10th 2021
All eduSTEM program initiatives have resumed. The SciWorks program is still suspended due to the development of the coronavirus in the US.
October 20th 2020
The third fiscal quarterly report has been published under our Finances section. You may also request copies by emailing us at
August 1st 2020
The reopening of physical offices have been delayed until Sept. 1st 2020. All other reopening plans will follow the original schedule outlined in the June 15th
15 million children in the US live in poverty and attend severely underfunded schools with little to no resources to prepare them for future professional success. We are on a mission to help them. This is how:
Partners: We partner with school districts to directly coordinate donations and fundraising efforts.
Workshops: We host interactive workshops for children that are engaging and fun to spark their passion for science.
Seminars: We hold events for teens helping them explore professional opportunities in the STEM field
Donations: We donate 100% of what we receive in donations. Our operational costs are covered by private donors so everything you donate is sent to help children
Note: Due to the developing COVID-19 outbreak in the U.S., all events have been cancelled or postponed until at the very least December 31st, 2020. Learn more here.