Our organization is able to continue its mission because of your support and generosity. By contributing to a campaign listed below, you'll help ensure that our work continues. Online donations are quick and easy using our secure credit card transactions. We welcome donations of all sizes and payment plans – whether it's a one-time gift, a monthly contribution or part of a matching gifts program.
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Each year, AIBS brings scientists and graduate students to Washington, DC, to meet with members of Congress about the importance of federal investments in scientific research. Donations to this program help AIBS plan meetings with key members of Congress.
Public Policy Office Contribution » Donate Online
Thank you for your efforts to inform lawmakers about the importance of scientific research and education. Your tax-deductible donation will enable us to continue to inform and engage Congress on the value of research and science education.
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AIBS Community Programs bring together the individuals and organizations that advance the biological sciences. Your contribution to these programs will strengthen programs that inform decisions and catalyze action in the field at large, programs that serve public policy, education, and public programs.
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ActionBioscience.org examines bioscience issues in biodiversity, environment, genomics, biotechnology, evolution, new frontiers in the sciences, and education. Includes peer-reviewed articles, class lessons, and educator resources. ActionBioscience.org needs donations to remain an effective tool for promoting bioscience literacy worldwide.
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Love science? Is your business or organization interested in supporting a cool project that strengthens science in an innovative way?
COPUS is a national grassroots initiative that brings together people and organizations to share science with the public. We create connections--locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally between people, resources, and programs, resulting in shared ideas and new partnerships, or just for fun.
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