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In the meantime, you may contact the following staff members who can help you submit a donation offline:

LeAnn Smith
Executive Director
Science Pioneers, Inc.
Union Station
30 W. Pershing, Ste. 400
Kansas City, MO 64108
816-460-2263
lsmith@sciencepioneers.org

 

Volunteer Information

Yes, we can use your help! Annually, Science Pioneers depends on the talents of over 800 volunteers! We want our students and teachers to have an opportunity to interact with STEM professionals, learn from them, and want more information about their exciting, fulfilling careers. Interested? Just complete the online form and we will contact you to discuss how you can help.

Volunteer opportunities:

Ways to Give

  • Check, cash or credit card—Gifts are tax deductible. Give a monthly gift, an annual gift, a memorial or a tribute.
  • Publicly-traded, unrestricted securities
  • Bequests, insurance policies—Consider naming Science Pioneers in your will
  • Complete the paperwork for a matching gift from your company
  • Suggest that the company you work for become a sponsor of a Science Pioneers program

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YOUR GIFT IS IMPORTANT!

Science Pioneers has never been more important to this country, this region, and the future of our young people. Eight out of ten jobs in greatest demand are in the STEM fields (science, technology, engineering and mathematics). It is estimated that 80% of the 21st century jobs yet to be invented are in these fields as well. By 2018, Greater Kansas City needs 180,000 new STEM graduates. At the current area university and college graduation rate, we will fall 50,000 short!

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Your Gift is Important!

Science Pioneers has never been more important to this country, this region, and the future of our young people. Eight out of ten jobs in greatest demand are in the STEM fields (science, technology, engineering and mathematics). It is estimated that 80% of the 21st century jobs yet to be invented are in these fields as well. By 2018, Greater Kansas City needs 180,000 new STEM graduates. At the current area university and college graduation rate, we will fall 50,000 short!