Educators around the world use the Windows to the Universe project daily to help excite students about the Earth and space sciences.
Setting up a Sponsorship to Windows to the Universe
Becoming a sponsor of the Windows to the Universe project is easy! Please decide what you would like to contribute to the project (all contributions are tax deductible), fill out our Sponsorship Form and send it and your check (made out to the National Earth Science Teachers Association with a note on the check identifying it as a sponsorship for Windows to the Universe) to:
Windows to the Universe Project
c/o National Earth Science Teachers Association
PO Box 271654
Fort Collins, CO 80527
Attn: Michael Passow
You can also sponsor the project with our online donation capability, using your credit card, through our online store - just click on "donation" to make donation.
Thank you so much for your generous tax-exempt sponsorship of Windows to the Universe! We will be glad to provide a letter of appreciation for your sponsorship!
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