The quote above, attributed to Mahatma Gandhi, is an inspiration to all of us who want to find ways to support insect science and develop the next generation of entomologists.
The Entomological Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, aims to accomplish this goal by serving the educational needs of K-12 teachers as they work to engage the next generation of entomologists. Through projects that support the use of insects in the classroom, increasing STEM programming, and seeking ways to build citizen-scientists, the Foundation is the go-to organization that educators rely on for scientifically accurate and engaging learning materials.
We've come through a challenging few years and are now facing a brighter horizon. The staff and leadership are actively working on developing action plans for the Foundation projects that will engage educators in novel and exciting ways. We'll have more details on these as they come closer to reality.
But we need your support.
The best ideas are just business plans unless they are carried through to the action phase. Please help us fulfill our mission and build the future of entomology by making a generous year-end donation today. There are many ways to support us.
- Add a contribution for the Entomological Foundation to your ESA membership renewal.
- Make a single or recurring contribution on our "donate now" page
- Consider a legacy gift. Contact Chris Stelzig for details.
Thank you in advance for your generosity and support.