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No child should go through school without ever meeting a scientist.

 

Every year, Native Scientists reaches 1,000+ children, establishing 4,000+ child-scientist connections.

That is the equivalent of 10+ connections per day!

 

Your gift makes our work possible.

Less than 5% of what you give goes to admin costs and 90% of our working hours are volunteer. 

Winners of

the UNESCO

Literacy Prize

2022

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This helps to establish one

child-scientist connection.*

8€

Donate

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This helps to bring one child to a Native Scientists workshop.*

30€

Donate

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This helps to organise and deliver one workshop.

750€

Donate

*No money goes directly to the children and scientists involved. All the money goes to organising and delivering the workshops.

"As a present for the accomplishment of my PhD, I asked all my friends to donate an arbitrary amount of money to Native Scientists. Let me say that I profoundly admire the work that Native Scientists carries out."

Anonymous Donor

Looking for other ways to support us?

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Here is a list of things that will help us create more impact:

  • Spread the word. Whether at home, at work or in the pub, you can mention our work when topics such as #science, #education and/or #diversity topics are on the table.

  • Share our news, blogs, and your experience with us on social media. You can tag us in your posts:

  • Email or message friends and work colleagues who might be interested in our work. You can share the link to this website along with these key messages:

    • Native Scientist brings together scientists and children, particularly underserved children, through educational programmes that are designed to reduce inequalities and promote science literacy and quality education.

    • Scientists can volunteer in the educational programmes, practicing communications skills and creating a positive social impact with their work.

    • Teachers can host an educational programme in their classrooms, giving students the rare and exciting opportunity to connect with "real" scientists, learn new concepts and vocabulary, and making them feel that science, higher education and/or a science-related career is relevant to them.

  • Volunteer as a scientist in our programmes. See our programmes here.

  • Host one of our programmes at your institution. See our programmes here.

  • Approach us to collaborate, partner up or develop a joint venture.

  • Work with us. Whether you want to apply your expertise or you are looking to expand your skillset, we have opportunities that can suit you. Check this.