Support Equal Access to Science Education With This Year’s Great Canadian Giving Challenge
Happy June, everyone—the month of the Great Canadian Giving Challenge!
This year, we are looking for YOUR support to ensure all Canadian students have equal access to the unique science education experience that the world’s freshwater laboratory can offer.
Every year, IISD Experimental Lakes Area offers a two-week course for high-school students to work directly with our scientists out at the site, observing, helping, asking, answering, getting their hands dirty, and learning a phenomenal amount of environmental science—all while having fun, of course!
We want to encourage students from diverse backgrounds to take part, but not all students can afford to participate.
That's where YOU come in.
It costs $2,000 for a student to take part in the two-week course, and your generous support will subsidize a high-school student with limited means to gain full access to the unparalleled educational experience that IISD-ELA offers.Our goal is to raise $16,000 to offer eight freshwater guardians of the future this exciting chance to discover the science for themselves.
But it doesn’t stop there.
Thanks to an incredibly generous donation of $5,000 from Pam and Andrew Cooke, we can double every single donation we get from the public. That’s right—every dollar you give us will be doubled, so you can be sure that your donation to the world’s freshwater laboratory is getting the best bang for its buck. And the more dollars we raise, the higher the chance of us winning an additional $10,000 for equal access to science education from the Great Canadian Giving Challenge. Please consider donating TODAY to support equal access to science education.
WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
We regard IISD Experimental Lakes Area as a precious scientific asset to be protected for future generations, and our organization is very fortunate to have you as part of our IISD-ELA family. We look forward to continuing this journey together in protecting our most valuable resource — water.