Thank you to all who have joined our match!

We are incredibly grateful to all of our supporters who have contributed to our matching challenge. The end of the year is moments away but it’s not too late to make a gift to our end of year campaign. Please consider making a gift. Every dollar counts.

Like many organizations, Space Center Houston has had a challenging 2020. We had to close our doors for four months, which forced us to re-imagine and redefine our mission. These operational changes have come at great cost. We need your help to ensure our future and to continue engaging and inspiring learners through the wonders of space exploration.

Our top priority this year is to expand our Digital Resource Initiative, which helps us bring the work of NASA scientists and engineers to ALL students. However, all gifts, including much-needed unrestricted contributions, will be eligible for our matching gift challenge.

Donate today to maximize your donation and double your impact as we work together to provide as many students as possible with access to authentic STEM learning experiences.

Give now at spacecenter.org/give, by mail, donor advised fund or call us at 281.244.2119.

Note: When the “Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act,” or the “CARES Act,” was enacted in April 2020, the legislation included a provision that allows you to deduct up to $300 in charitable giving even if you don’t itemize for the 2020 tax year. A 501(c)(3)nonprofit, all donations to Space Center Houston are tax exempt to the extent allowed by law. Help us create space for everyone – today.

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