The National Space Grant Foundation represents
52 programs of the Space Grant Consortium
We fund research and education projects nationwide that help young men and women become young scientists and engineers. We fund outreach programs that turn even younger minds on to the wonders of space and flight, ensuring our future among the stars.
The 52 Space Grant Consortia represent every state, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia. Each consortium is made up of colleges, universities, businesses, and other private and public institutions - all working to further aerospace education through:
- Funding scholarship and fellowships for aerospace students at colleges and universities
- Providing resources to offer research opportunities in line with NASA's activities, especially among faculty who have not yet become established researchers
- Stimulating public interest in aerospace science and lifelong learning though partnerships with educators at all levels, thus increasing public appreciation for the direct and indirect benefits of NASA-sponsored research
Gifts may be made by mail at
National Space Grant Foundation
1645 9th Ave SE Suite 149
Albany, OR 97322
Unrestricted gifts will benefit all 52 Space Grant Consortia by being placed into the endowment.
However, gifts may also be designated to benefit one or more individual Space Grant Consortia or for current expenses. Please contact the Foundation Chief Executive Officer if you have special needs at 202-536-3030.
The Foundation Tax ID number is 52-2288711