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SUPPORT GIRLS: SAVE OUR PLANET

Science, conservation, and the future of our planet depend on engaging a diverse range of people - including girls and women. Yet for many girls, their achievements and interest in STEM* wanes, starting in high school. 

In 2018, we launched a campaign to raise $30,000 to focus on solutions to common barriers for girls in STEM fields. The response from you, our supporters was tremendous!

Your support of #STEM4Good has given more girls the opportunity to learn science from researchers, develop critical thinking skills, and gain confidence in their own potential. Together, we've helped create connections that overcome the obstacles facing girls in science. 
To learn more about what we accomplished in 2018, read our STEM4Good Campaign Highlights Report and fall newsletter

We're proud of what we accomplished in 2018, but there's still more work to do. 

Will you support more girls in STEM in 2018 and beyond?   

*STEM = science, technology, engineering, and math

 

 

Click here for a full list of STEM4Good donors and sponsors.  
 

THE NEED
Read more about why and how we plan to support more girls in STEM on our blog

HONOR A LOVED ONE
Want to make your gift in honor of a loved one? Please email Ann Quirk at ann@ecologyproject.org with the name and contact information of your loved one and we'll let them know.

OTHER INFORMATION
Interested in making a gift of $1,000 or more? Please consider donating by check to eliminate credit card processing fees. Checks should be made out to "EPI" and mailed to 315 S. 4th St E., Missoula, MT 59801. 

Your donation is tax-deductible and you will receive a formal letter and tax deductible receipt within in 3-5 business days. 

If your company has a matching gifts program, please consider selecting EPI's STEM4Good campaign for the match. Email Ann Quirk at ann@ecologyproject.org for more information. 

74% of teen girls are interested in STEM; yet, 4 in 10 say they don't get enough hands-on, practical experience.