Without the generous support of our funding partners, we wouldn’t be able to reach 711,000 young scientists across Ontario and Alberta every year.

Without our funding partners, schools would pay 15 to 20% more for our workshops. We wouldn’t be able to develop new programming that inspires and engages children and youth, expand to new communities, and we wouldn’t have the amazing staff and highly-trained, passionate presenters that we do.

Thank you for believing in us. Thank you for joining us on 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.

Meet Our Supporters

Scientists in School gratefully acknowledges the generous support of our many partners who share our passion for bringing science to life for tomorrow’s innovators and leaders. Thank you for helping us to inspire 711,000 young minds each year.

Catalyst Level

Innovation Level

 

Imagination Level

 

Discovery Level

  • Ajax Community Fund at Durham Community Foundation*
  • ATB Financial
    Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
    Cavendish Farms (J.D. Irving Limited)
    Celestica*
  • Community Foundation of Lethbridge and Southwestern Alberta
    CST Inspired Minds Learning Project
    Hamilton Community Foundation*
  • Hunter Family Foundation
    Imperial Oil
    McMillan LLP*
    MilliporeSigma*
  • Municipality of Clarington
    Municipality of South Bruce (South Bruce Community Liaison Committee)*
    Niagara Community Foundation*
    Ottawa Community Foundation
    Pendle Fund at the Community Foundation of Mississauga
    Purdue Pharma*
    SAS Canada
    S.M. Blair Family Foundation
    Superior Glove Works Ltd.*
    Syngenta Canada Inc.*
    Systematix Inc.*
    TELUS*
    Thomas Sill Foundation Inc.
    The Arthur and Audrey Cutten Foundation
    The Catherine & Maxwell Meighen Foundation
    The Estate of Douglas Leonard Martin
    The McLean Foundation
    The Saint John’s Legacy Foundation
    Xerox Canada

We would also like to thank The Government
of Canada’s Emergency Community Support Fund
and the following organizations:
Barrie Community Foundation, Brampton and Caledon Community Foundation, Brockville and Area Community Foundation, Centre Wellington Community Foundation, Dufferin Community Foundation, Durham Community Foundation
Huronia Community Foundation and The Community Foundation of Orillia and Area

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

Exploration Level

  • Alectra Utilities*
    Brant Community Foundation*
  • Canadian Federation of University Women Owen Sound and Area
    Cajole Inn Foundation
    City of Brantford*
    Community Foundation Grey Bruce
  • Community Foundation for Lennox & Addington
    The Community Foundation of Orillia and Area
    Dwight and Karen Brown Family Fund: Ottawa Community Foundation*
    Guelph Community Foundation*
    LabX Media Group Charity Fund at the Huronia Community Foundation*
    Martin Foundation Fund at Hamilton Community Foundation
    Perth & District Community Foundation
    Scarborough Garden & Horticultural Society
  • Smart and Caring Children & Youth Fund at the Community Foundation of Mississauga
  • Society of Petroleum Engineers Canadian Educational Foundation
    The County of Wellington*
    The Township of Tiny*
    Town of Whitby – Mayor’s Community Development Fund
    Wellington County Medical Society

* 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. A special thank-you to the many individuals who have donated $50+ in the last year.

Our sincerest thanks are also extended to the many others who have supported Scientists in School with smaller donations. Your support is truly appreciated.