Support CSS

The Children’s School of Science, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, depends upon the generosity of donors and innumerable volunteers. Although operating expenses are offset by tuition, the school’s budget is contingent upon contributions to the school’s annual Sustaining Fund. We gratefully acknowledge the beneficence of all our supporters.

In particular, we wish to recognize the following foundations for their support of the Children’s School of Science:

  • The Clowes Fund
  • The Esther Simon Charitable Trust
  • The Bristol Meyers Squibb Matching Gifts Program
  • The Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund
  • The Marine Biological Laboratory
  • NOAA National Marines Fishery Service
  • The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute
  • The Nehemias Gorin Foundation
  • The Woods Hole Public Library
  • The Woods Hole Historical Museum

Help ensure the future of Science School
Donate to our annual Sustaining Fund with a tax-deductible gift in the form of cash, securities, or real property. Your generosity will be acknowledged at the following levels:

  • Friend: up to $100
  • Sponsor: up to $500
  • Patron: up to $1500
  • Benefactor: from $1501 to $4999
  • Sustainer: $5000 or more

Support a Team CSS runner in the Falmouth Road Race by making a gift in person at the front desk of Science School, or online at under the Children’s School of Science page. Already running? Join our fundraising team on

Plan a gift by providing for the Children’s School of Science in your will. Planned giving allows you to guarantee invaluable experiences to generations of children while simultaneously providing you with tax benefits.

Gifts of any amount are always welcome and appreciated, and are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. Show your commitment to experiential summer science education for children at any time by sending a check to Children’s School of Science, P.O. Box 522, Woods Hole, MA 02543, Attn: Treasurer.

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