We’d like to thank our Community Partners who generously donate their time, talent, and treasure to our students. Because of you, we’ve been able to continue and expand our work to help children of all ages prepare for a future driven by science and technology.
Silicon Valley Gives
We are excited to participate, once again, in the Silicon Valley Gives fundraiser!
Business sponsors help Schmahl Science Workshops by providing funds and equipment. We are grateful to our current business sponsors.
Through Charitable Trusts, many families generously donate personal assets to our cause.
- Peter and Paula Chen Trust
- Hage Family Trust
- Kozlowski Family Trust
- Lin Family Charitable Foundation
- Praveen K. Mandal and Lynette M. Mandal Educational FundVanguard Charitable Trust
To learn more about Charitable Trusts, click here. Also, check with your legal counsel to see if it’s a good option for you.
Foundation Donors include private foundations and grant-making charities who contribute funds and pro-bono services.
- National Semiconductor
- Computer World Case Study
Every donation, large or small, is an investment in our children. Many individual donors from the community help to inspire the next generation of scientists with their monetary contributions.
SSW collaborates with many non-profit supporters who provide mentors, programs, and in-kind donations of goods and services. The Marine Science Institute, for example, takes SSW students out in the ocean in their marine research vessel. SSW also performs services for other non-profit organizations, like providing water rockets for Boy Scout den meetings. Great benefits come from working together!
Scientists, Engineers, and Graduate Students
Many talented scientists, engineers, and graduate students take the time to mentor SSW students and provide access to their laboratories.
Public, Private, and Home Schools
SSW partners with many local public, private, home schools, and their teachers to provide afterschool and family science night programs.
Colleges and Universities
Colleges and universities support SSW students by providing mentorship, donating supplies and equipment, and helping with literature research.