Our Supporters

With the generous support of past and present funding partners, we have engaged over 10 million young scientists in hands-on STEM enrichment experiences since 1989.

Thank you for believing in us. Thank you for joining our journey to get kids excited about science and the world around them. Thank you for making a difference in the Canada of the future.

Our Funding Partners Help Us To Do Impactful Things:

Subsidize the cost of all classroom workshops by 15-20%.

Provide over 2,000 fully complimentary workshops each year for schools and community groups serving marginalized communities, with a goal to provide more each year.

Enable us to develop innovative new programming and continuously update existing programming.

Help us to expand to new communities.

Empower us to grow and diversify our team of amazing staff and highly-trained, passionate presenters

Meet Our Supporters

Scientists in School gratefully acknowledges the generous support of our many partners who share our passion for bringing science, technology, engineering and mathematics to life for tomorrow’s innovators and leaders.

Catalyst Level

Innovation Level

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Imagination Level

Discovery Level

Alectra Utilities*

AMD Canada

ATB Financial*

City of Hamilton, City Enrichment Fund

Community Foundation Grey Bruce

CST Inspired Minds Learning Project*

Edith H. Turner Foundation, Hamilton Community Foundation*

Edmonton Community Foundation

F.K. Morrow Foundation

G. Murray and Edna Forbes Foundation Fund at the South Saskatchewan Community Foundation*

General Motors Canada*

Hunter Family Foundation*

Kiwanis Club of Ottawa Foundation

Municipality of Clarington*

Ottawa Community Foundation

Pendle Fund at the Community Foundation of Mississauga*

Sifton Family Foundation

S.M. Blair Family Foundation*

Superior Glove Works Ltd.*

Syncrude*

Syngenta Canada Inc.*

Systematix Inc.*

Teck Resources Limited

The Arthur and Audrey Cutten Foundation*

The Catherine & Maxwell Meighen Foundation

The Gordon and Ruth Gooder Charitable Foundation

The Lorne and Evelyn Johnson Foundation at the South Saskatchewan Community Foundation

The McLean Foundation*

The Saint John’s Legacy Foundation*

The Township of Tiny*

Thomas Sill Foundation

Vesta Energy

Yuill Family Foundation

Exploration Level

Brant Community Foundation

CAE Inc.

Cajole Inn Foundation*

Cambridge and North Dumfries Community Foundation

Cameco Corporation

Campbellford Seymour Community Foundation

Canadian Federation of University Women Owen Sound and Area*

Centre Wellington Community Foundation

City of Brantford

Community Foundation for Lennox & Addington

County of Wellington

Durham Community Foundation

Dwight and Karen Brown Family Fund, Ottawa Community Foundation

Edmonton Community Foundation

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Huronia Community Foundation*

Huronia Community Foundation – David and Delva Finch Fund

Lab X Media Group at Huronia Community Foundation

Martin Foundation Fund at Hamilton Community Foundation*

Municipality of South Bruce (South Bruce Community Liaison Committee)

Niagara Community Foundation*

Red Deer and District Community Foundation

Rotary Club of Ajax

Rotary Club of Whitby Sunrise

Scarborough Garden & Horticultural Society*

Siemens Canada Limited, Peterborough

Smart and Caring Children and Youth Fund at the Community Foundation of Mississauga

The Community Foundation of Orillia and Area

Town of Whitby, Mayor’s Community Development Fund*

Zynga Gaming Inc

We are also deeply thankful to Ernst & Young, Giant Tiger, McMillan LLP, Northern Biologics and Stewart McKelvey for providing in-kind support to Scientists in School during this challenging period.

*A special thank you to our multi-year partners.

Individual Supporters

Our sincerest thanks to all individuals who have, through their generosity, helped Scientists in School spark scientific curiosity in our youth. Your support is truly appreciated.