Thank you for considering a donation to the Parents & Science Discovery Fund.
Your gift will help support the following:
The Parents & Science Initiative
Through a series of lectures, Parents & Science seeks to inform New York area parents about scientific discoveries that are transforming our understanding of child and adolescent health and development. Your support will enable the University to continue sponsoring this lectures series, which is free of charge, as well as to develop additional initiatives for parents and their children.
World-Class Biomedical Research
Scientists at The Rockefeller University are working on some of the most challenging biomedical problems of our time. Rockefeller scientists are known for their bold and original approach to the study of disease. Your support will help accelerate biomedical breakthroughs that our children will benefit from in their lifetimes. Contributions to the Parents & Science Discovery Fund will also make possible the creation of Parents & Science graduate and postdoctoral fellowships for young investigators working in areas relevant to child and adolescent health and development.
Science Outreach Initiatives
For more than 30 years, The Rockefeller University has been giving back to the community through outreach initiatives for pre-college students and teachers in the greater New York community, including: Science Outreach Days for New York City high schools serving predominantly under-represented minority and disadvantaged student populations; Rockefeller's annual Talking Science Lecture; the University's highly regarded Summer Science Research Program; and Science Saturday, a new annual event that offers children (grades K–8) and their parents and educators an opportunity to engage in a fun-filled day of scientific talks, demonstrations, and interactive experiments with scientists on the Rockefeller campus.
For more information on Parents & Science, or to discuss sponsorship opportunities for Science Saturday or the Celebrating Science benefit, please contact:
Ms. Ainslie Durnin
Assistant Director, Parents & Science Initiative
The Rockefeller University
1230 York Avenue, Box 164
New York, NY 10065
The Rockefeller University is a tax-exempt charitable organization as described in Section 501(c)(3) and Section 509(a)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions to the University are deductible for federal income and gift tax purposes as provided in Sections 170 and 2522 of the Internal Revenue Code. Gifts to the University under a donor’s will are deductible for federal estate tax purposes as provided in Section 2055 of the Internal Revenue Code.